Arch Insurance International Appoints Bauckham As Head Of Terrorism, Political Violence & War
Andrew Bauckham joins as Head of Terrorism, Political Violence & War
London, 24 May 2022 – Arch Insurance International has today announced the appointment of Andrew Bauckham as Head of Terrorism, Political Violence & War, effective immediately.
Bauckham joins a highly experienced underwriting team and is responsible for managing underwriting activities across a broad portfolio spanning NCBR terrorism, political violence, SRCC & malicious damage, terrorism liability, terrorism & sabotage and war & civil war.
He will report to Lino Leoni, Chief Underwriting Officer for Short Tail Lines at Arch Insurance International.
Bauckham brings to the role a wealth of experience in the terrorism arena. Most recently, he was Head of Political Violence and Crisis Management at Chaucer, having joined the company in 1998. Bauckham has also served as the chair of the Lloyd’s Market Association’s Terrorism and Political Violence Panel.
Commenting on the appointment, Leoni said: “Andrew is one of the most respected figures in the terrorism insurance market and is an outstanding addition to our team at Arch. His extensive market expertise and breadth of relationships will see him play a central role in further enhancing our customer service-focused approach and delivering on our strong growth ambitions for the division.”
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About Arch Insurance International
Arch Insurance International is part of Arch Capital Group Ltd. and includes Arch Insurance UK and the P&C insurance operations of Arch Insurance (EU) dac, as well as Arch’s insurance operations in Europe, Bermuda and Australia.
About Arch Capital Group Ltd.
Arch Capital Group Ltd., a publicly listed Bermuda exempted company with approximately $16.3 billion in capital at Dec. 31, 2021, provides insurance, reinsurance and mortgage insurance on a worldwide basis through its wholly owned subsidiaries.
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