Rayner named CEO of Verisk Specialty Business Solutions

Tim Rayner has been named CEO and president of Verisk Specialty Business Solutions (formerly known as Sequel).

An insurance industry veteran of more than 20 years, Mr Rayner most recently served as chief experience officer for Verisk Specialty Business Solutions.

He played an active role in the acquisition and integration of the Whitespace and Ignite businesses. He joined Verisk in February 2018, after holding leadership roles at Miller Insurance Services.

“Those of us who work closely with Tim have been impressed by his customer focus, leadership acumen and his vision for the future of insurance. Verisk Specialty Business Solutions occupies a coveted position in the marketplace, and Tim is the right leader to accelerate the business’ momentum,” said Mark Anquillare, president and COO, Verisk.

“I’m incredibly excited and humbled to take on this role,” Rayner added. “No other company has the technology, unique data sets, insights and deep domain expertise that Verisk offers, and I am thrilled to bring those resources to bear for our customer by building an automated and integrated ecosystem that improves the efficiency and productivity of the entire insurance value chain.”

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