General Insurance Article - Ageas expands Commercial lines underwriting team

Ageas announced today that two new regional underwriters have joined the team to further enhance its Commercial lines proposition for brokers, reinforcing the company’s ambition to grow in this area.

 Paul Gray and Nick Hall will cover the South-East and North-East regions respectively. The appointments will complement and strengthen the existing team who cover the Home Counties, North-West and North and Midlands regions and provide onsite underwriting support to brokers to develop their non-motor Commercial lines business.

 Paul has over 15 years of insurance experience and joins Ageas from Fusion where he was commercial underwriter, responsible for new business, renewals and mid-term adjustments. Prior to this he worked for NIG and RSA. Nick has over 25 years of experience with roles at Groupama, CIGNA and Keychoice.

 He has a successful track record in account development in the Yorkshire and North-East region.

 Commenting on the appointments, Cathy Taylor, Head of Commercial Underwriting and Operations said: “Paul and Nick have a wealth of underwriting experience and are valuable additions to the team. Their appointment extends the reach of our personal touch regional underwriting service, which combined with their expertise and regional knowledge enables Ageas to offer a tailored service that helps brokers respond to their clients’ needs.”

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