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Deputy Chief Underwriting Officer

Deputy Chief Underwriting Officer

Posted 8 February by Davies Talent Solutions
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Our client, an insurance advisory services company, offer a wide-ranging team of specialist experts who deliver everything a business needs and more, such as - Underwriting Management, Compliance, Actuarial, HR, IT, Finance, Risk Management and Company Secretarial - all under one roof, providing clients with a truly complete solution.
They are looking to recruit a Deputy Chief Underwriting Officer who will assist the CUO in managing the Underwriting Management team and who will have responsibility for the management and oversight of the underwriting activities of their managed clients, a portfolio of MGAs. Responsibilities will include ensuring that the managed clients operate within a robust underwriting management framework, interfacing between the managed clients and Lloyd’s and being responsible for the reporting of underwriting performance and oversight of the managed clients to the relevant boards and committees. You will oversee the development and enhancement of the Underwriting Management Framework in line with Lloyd’s principles, regulatory requirements and market best practice, including oversight policies for planning, pricing, peer review, underwriting controls and DUA management.
Candidates must have extensive underwriting management experience recently gained within a senior management role along with experience of managing regulatory relationships e.g. Lloyd’s/PRA. You must be able to demonstrate proactive participation in boards/committees, with previous experience of acting as committee chair being an advantage.
This is a progressive opportunity and offers hybrid working along with a competitive salary and benefits package.

Reference: 52099881

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