New Dawn Risk launches UK division

New Dawn Risk has launched a new UK division providing liability and specialty solutions to insurance buyers. It will also partner with regional brokers looking for bespoke and specialist services.

CEO Max Carter said: “At the moment in the UK market there is clear demand for an alternative to the larger broking houses and our new division will bring New Dawn’s independent, high-touch and tailored approach to the UK for the first time. Many businesses that need insurance are suffering the effects of a difficult and uncertain trading environment, while broker consolidation and soaring rates in some classes bring opportunities for specialists to make a difference for particular groups of buyers.”

Tom Malcolm, head of UK broking, added: “Now, more than ever, the UK market is crying out for brokers that have the requisite skillset and expertise to steer businesses through these challenging times. Our newly established UK division is well set to meet these demands via our team of product specialists who put client service at the core of everything they do.”

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