TMHCC Int'l strengthens professional risks team

Tokio Marine HCC International has strengthened its London-based professional risks team with the appointments of Matthew Clayton and Ross Thompson as senior underwriters and Jonathan Olle as senior media property and liability underwriter.

Mr Clayton joins after 16 years at Hiscox, where he held a range of senior underwriting roles in professional and specialty classes, most recently as head of central underwriting. He has a long track record of underwriting PI (including technology and media), D&O, liability and property lines of business.

Mr Thompson joins from the Kelliher Insurance Group where he was head of professional indemnity and brings 18 years’ industry experience across broking and underwriting with a particular specialism in construction risks.

Mr Olle brings 20 years’ experience in media property and liability underwriting. in his previous role as account executive at James Hallam Insurance Brokers, he managed a broad range of media and entertainment clients. Prior to this, he worked at Tysers and Towergate Coverex, underwriting specialist delegated media policies.

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