Apollo hires head of terrorism and political violence

Apollo has appointed Andrew Page as head of its terrorism and political violence team.

Mr Page has more than 15 years of industry experience. He joins Apollo from Beazley, where he spent a decade underwriting terrorism and political violence in both London and Singapore.

David Ibeson, Apollo Group CEO, said: “Andrew’s arrival is a critical element of our strategic expansion plan for the terrorism and political violence line of business, which Chris has spearheaded. Chris will now focus on further developing the crisis management division, strengthening Apollo’s multi line offering including political risk and specialty disruption insurance solutions. With Andrew’s focus on innovative collaboration and developing wordings and creative solutions, we are sure that our clients will reap significant benefits from his appointment.”

    Share Story:

Recent Stories


Cyber physical risks
Property damage as a consequence of cyber attack is often excluded from standard property policies, but as the industrial internet of things expands, so too do the risks. This podcast examines the evolving threat landscape. Published October 2021

Financial institutions were early adopters of cyber security and insurance. Are they still on top of the game?
Managing huge amounts of sensitive data online makes financial institutions a prime target for hackers. As such, the sector was an early cohort for insurers in creating cyber cover. Since then, the market has evolved almost beyond recognition. It continues to challenge itself to this day, complying with rigorous regulatory demands and implementing avant-garde enhancements to keep abreast of the ever-changing risks. Published June 2021

Advertisement