Cyber Underwriter (International)
At CFC we pride ourselves on being an employer of choice. We were delighted to be recognised in the 'Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For 2019’ including a placing within the Top 30 for London!
CFC Benefits include 25 days holiday, discretionary bonus scheme, private medical insurance (plus dental and optical cashback benefit), life insurance scheme, income protection scheme, pension plan, season ticket loan, subsidised gym membership, employee wellbeing programme (including on-site massages), 24/7 employee assistance programme and dress down Fridays. CFC social events include the summer party weekend, Halloween and Christmas parties.
CFC is a specialist insurance provider and a pioneer in emerging risk. With a track record of disrupting inefficient insurance markets, CFC uses proprietary technology to deliver high-quality products to market faster than the competition while making it easier for brokers to do business. Our broad range of commercial insurance products are purpose-built for today’s risks, and we aim to give our customers everything they need in one, easy-to-understand policy.
Headquartered in London and backed by Lloyd’s, CFC serves more than 70,000 businesses in over 80 countries. We’re privately held and growing faster than any of our competitors in the market.
Although insurance is a serious business, our culture isn’t too corporate and we never take ourselves too seriously. We are 'one-team’ and enjoy a culture of openness and encouragement. We invest heavily in the learning and development of our people and enjoy a fast paced working atmosphere that is friendly, supportive, and fun.
As a Cyber Underwriter you will work closely with the Team Leader on International business across non-U.S. territories with a particular focus on Canada and Australia. You will be well versed in underwriting cyber policies across various industry sectors ranging from SME to mid-market and large accounts, as well as having the ability to support and coordinate business development efforts.
Key responsibilities & Accountabilities
- Underwrite new business cyber policies and larger key renewals;
- Deal with enquiries from all brokers, with focused broker development on key partners;
- Put up quotes in an efficient manner, in line with service standards;
- Business development duties including meeting with brokers and clients, raising awareness of cyber and our products, corporate hospitality and development focused international travel.
- Continued development of technical knowledge, both from a risk and underwriting perspective;
- Growth of key brokers as outlined in appraisal goals document;
- Manage new business and retention numbers for key broker targets;
- Attend relevant industry events, both internal and external.
Skills & Ability
- Operate effectively under pressure;
- Accurate numeracy skills with excellent attention to detail;
- Good command of the English language, spoken and written;
- Good communications skills with the ability to communicate confidently and effectively with key broker partners;
- Confident, energetic and assertive;
- Excellent work ethic and flexibility with working hours;
- Courtesy and patience and with a flexible attitude.
Knowledge & Experience
- Minimum 2-3 years’ experience in a cyber insurance capacity;
- Computer literacy with strong skills in Outlook, Word and particularly Excel;
- Ability to develop a good understanding of PI insurance or Liability insurance.
Education & qualifications
- Preferably degree educated, preferably with or working towards ACII.
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