MSUL appoints CFO and CCO

MS Amlin Underwriting has appointed David Mocklow as CFO and CCO of its newly formed, US-based sister company, MS Amlin Distribution Holdings.

Mr Mocklow has more than 25 years of experience in re/insurance and capital markets. He joins MS ADH from Gramercy Risk Management. Prior to this, he worked for the investment banking firm Fox-Pitt Kelton Cochran Caronia Waller and for Aon, where has was a founding member of the Aon Capital Markets team in Chicago.

Johan Slabbert, CEO, MS AUL and MS ADH said: “I am very pleased and excited to have David on board as the first employee for MS ADH. David has an excellent pedigree in helping build businesses and new business pipelines across the insurance industry. His work on the advisory side and as a strategist will help us build our platform and extend our brand in established and developing markets. David also has extensive experience using technology and innovative thinking particularly on the claims side of the business, and I believe it is this combination of skills that will be invaluable as we continue to build a profitable and efficient business.”

Mr Mocklow takes up the roles with immediate effect, and will report into Johan Slabbert CEO of MS ADH.

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