XL Catlin’s insurance operations announces global Structured Risk Solutions (SRS) team

LONDON, June 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — XL Catlin’s insurance operations today announced the launch of a new team to focus on alternative risk transfer and non-traditional insurance globally, effective immediately.

The team, named Structured Risk Solutions (SRS) is a dedicated global underwriting unit charged with providing XL Catlin’s clients with customised solutions for large and complex risks where there is currently no traditional insurance product offered by the market. SRS’ offering to clients and brokers includes:

The SRS team will be led by Rob Turner – Global Head of SRS, who joined XL Catlin in 2015. 

Commenting on the new global team, Paul Brand, Chief Underwriting Officer and Chairman of XL Catlin’s Insurance Leadership Team said: “We believe the market opportunity for this type of business is significant; risks are evolving and increasingly clients look to us to find non-traditional and innovative approaches to manage their exposures. We believe we have the expertise and appetite to make a real difference in this space.”

The team is located in London, across European locations and is expanding to New York shortly.

About XL Catlin’s Insurance Operations

The XL Catlin insurance companies offer property, casualty, professional, financial lines and specialty insurance products globally. Businesses that are moving the world forward choose XL Catlin as their partner. To learn more, visit xlcatlin.com.

About XL Catlin

XL Catlin is the global brand used by XL Group plc’s (NYSE: XL) insurance and reinsurance companies which provide property, casualty, professional and specialty products to industrial, commercial and professional firms, insurance companies and other enterprises throughout the world.  Clients look to XL Catlin for answers to their most complex risks and to help move their world forward. To learn more, visit xlcatlin.com.

SOURCE XL Catlin

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