Neil Lee-Amies has been appointed head of treaty at Hamilton Underwriting.
He joins the Lloyd’s managing agency having spent nearly 11 years at Chubb, where he most recently served as head of marine and energy treaty for Chubb Tempest Re following Ace’s $28.3bn acquisition of Chubb.
Lee-Amies appointment follows the resignation of former active underwriter and head of treaty, Trevor Carvey, in February, who has since been serving his notice period.
At the time, Adrian Daws and Miles Osorio succeeded Carvey as joint active underwriters of Hamilton Underwriting Syndicate 3334.
In his new position, Lee-Amies will report to Osorio.
Prior to Chubb, Lee-Amies worked at Wurttembergische UK (now Antares Underwriting Services Limited) as marine non-proportional treaty manager/underwriter. His earlier roles include four years as deputy marine excess of loss underwriter at Eagle Star Reinsurance Company.
Commenting on the appointment, Hamilton Underwriting CEO Dermot O’Donohoe said: “I’m delighted that Neil has joined the Hamilton team,”
“He brings a proven track record of consistent, profitable underwriting results as well as strong client and broker relationships worldwide.”
“As we welcome Neil on board, we extend our sincere gratitude to Trevor for the significant contribution he made to the development of our Lloyd’s platform. We wish him every success in his future endeavours,” O’Donohoe added.