Saturday 21 October 2017

Financial risks broker joins Rossborough

Thursday 10 August 2017

Financial risks broker joins Rossborough

Insurance broker Rossborough has appointed a financial risks broker as professional risks practice leader, to help drive forward its specialist broking service for financial institutions.

Tim Mitchell (pictured) has an extensive background in providing insurance solutions to manage professional indemnity, directors’ and officers’, crime and other risks faced by the financial services industry.

Mr Mitchell was educated at Hautlieu School in Jersey and graduated from Plymouth University with a degree in international shipping and maritime law. He is an associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute (ACII) and has more than 19 years’ experience trading in the Jersey and international insurance industry. He has spent the last seven years working as a director and head of general insurance with another broker and a further eight years in the industry, also in the financial lines sector. 

He said: "Rossborough Professional Risks is a dynamic, niche part of the business which is growing its market share. I am looking forward to working with a multi-national insurance broker that has access to a wider range of insurance products."

John Lowery, head of professional risks at Rossborough, said the company was working closely with a growing number of financial institutions on insurance solutions for their own, and their clients’ needs. Mr Mitchell's appointment creates an even greater depth of knowledge and expertise in a growing area of the business. 

Mr Lowery commented: "We are able to provide bespoke and market-leading insurance protection using our considerable London market experience and the expertise of our parent, Arthur J Gallagher. The financial services sector is complex and ever-evolving, requiring a wide range of diverse solutions. With Tim on board we are able to further extend our offering and strengthen our local expertise to drive forward this area of the Rossborough business."

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