Jason Page to manage underwriting activities across the portfolio
London, 3rd April 2023 – Arch Insurance International has today announced the promotion of Jason Page to the position of Head of Marine Hull & War, effective immediately.
In this role, Page is responsible for managing underwriting activities across a worldwide portfolio spanning sectors including ship-owners of both blue and brown water tonnage, construction and repair yards, yachts and a significant portfolio of marine war. Based in London, he will report to Jake Gibbs, Head of Marine & Energy.
Most recently, Page was a Senior Underwriter within the Marine Hull & War team, having joined Arch in 2020. Prior to that he was a Senior Underwriter, Head of Marine & War at Markel, a company which he joined in 2000. His promotion follows the retirement of Mark Watters.
Commenting on the announcement, Gibbs said: “Jason’s promotion to Head of Marine Hull & War is very much a natural transition. He is an exceptional underwriter who combines technical expertise with a customer service-focused approach to building long-term broker relationships. I look forward to working with him to further elevate our relevance to our brokers and market standing.
“I would also like to thank Mark for his commitment to Arch over the last decade in building such an extensive and diverse portfolio. We wish him the very best for his retirement.”
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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 $15.6 billion in capital at December 31, 2022, provides insurance, reinsurance and mortgage insurance on a worldwide basis through its wholly owned subsidiaries.
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