Jason Page joins Marine team to underwrite Hull & War portfolio.
London, 26 November 2020 – Arch Insurance International has today announced the appointment of Jason Page as Senior Underwriter, Hull & War, with immediate effect.
In this role, Page will be responsible for underwriting activities across the Hull & War insurance portfolio, focusing on opportunities to expand the company’s market standing and further enhance its product and service capabilities. Based in London, he will be part of the Marine Hull, War & Cargo division, led by Mark Watters, and will report to Jake Gibbs, Head of Marine & Energy.
Page is a technical underwriter with over 30 years of insurance market experience, including over two decades in the marine insurance sector. Prior to joining Arch, he spent 25 years working at Markel and in 2017 was appointed Head of Hull & War at Markel Syndicate Management Limited.
Commenting on his appointment, Gibbs said: “In recent years, Arch has achieved strong growth across our marine portfolio. Hull & War is a complex line of business that demands a technical, data-driven, underwriting approach. Jason brings vast sector experience and industry knowledge, and is a great addition to the team.”
Page added: “Arch has become a considerable force in the marine sector and I am delighted to be joining the company. I am looking forward to helping continue our growth momentum and further enhancing the service and solutions that we provide to our brokers and their clients.”
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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.
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Arch Capital Group Ltd., a Bermuda-based company with approximately $15.2 billion in capital at September 30, 2020 provides insurance, reinsurance and mortgage insurance on a worldwide basis through its wholly owned subsidiaries.
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