General Ins - Latest News - Travelers Appoints Jacqueline Hall-Shaw


 Travelers today announced that Jacqueline Hall-Shaw has joined Travelers as Product Manager for its Financial Institutions (FI) team.
 
 Joining from AXIS Specialty Europe, where she held the role of Vice President – Financial Institutions, Jacqueline will be responsible for managing the Travelers FI business and developing its product strategy. Based in London, she will report to Jonathan Davies, General Manager, Professional & Specialist Risks.
 
 An FI specialist with 13 years’ experience in the London insurance market, Jacqueline began her career as an internal auditor with SVB Syndicates in 2001. Promoted by SVB to Assistant Underwriter for FI in 2002, she moved to Liberty Mutual Insurance Europe in 2003 to underwrite its FI book and became its Asset Manager Practice Leader. In 2007, she joined Brit as an FI underwriter before moving to AXIS Specialty Europe in 2009.
 
 Jacqueline holds a first class degree in business studies and is an associate member of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
 
 Jonathan Davies, Travelers said: “We’ve been successful in building a strong portfolio of international FI business based on innovative underwriting and genuine market insight. Adding Jacqueline to the team provides us with an FI specialist who’s well-known in London and has a great track record. Her experience of the full range of FI products and territories combined with strategic know-how and business development acumen makes for a powerful combination.”
 
 Travelers London-based FI team provides a full range of financial lines insurance products, underwritten from the dual platform of Travelers Insurance Company Limited and Travelers’ Syndicate 5000 at Lloyd’s. Coverage includes a range of professional indemnity covers, directors’ and officers’ liability and crime insurance.
  

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