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JLT expands European cyber practice with 4 new appointments

  • Publish Date: Posted almost 6 years ago
  • Author:by Alan Jarque

JLT Specialty has expanded its European cyber practice based in London and Stockholm with the appointment of four new members, Monica Tigleanu, Claire Davey, Anthony Herring and Jack Elliott-Frey.

Both Tigleanu and Davey join as partners.

Tigleanu joins from Beazley. Before this she was a senior underwriter in cyber risk at AIG.

Davey joins from Marsh, where she served as assistant vice president in technology errors and omissions (E&O) and cyber liability. Prior to this she was a broker at Aon where she was predominantly responsible for professional indemnity insurance. As partner, Davey will focus on growing JLT’s European retail presence.

Anthony Herring joins JLT Specialty as a broker in the European cyber team and will be based in Stockholm.

Previously, Herring was a cyber practice leader for Aon in Sweden and has experience in property insurance. He is expected to bring a new perspective to business interruption to JLT’s cyber team clients.

Lastly, Jack Elliott-Frey joins from Aon Risk Solutions, where he was a cyber broker. Prior to this, he worked for cyber insurance broker Safeonline.

Sarah Stephens, partner and head of cyber at JLT Specialty commented: "Modern and constantly evolving online risks require true multi-disciplinary thinking to address effectively and strategically,”

“These welcome additions to our team are the latest demonstration of our commitment to bringing on board highly skilled individuals from diverse backgrounds such as insurance, business intelligence and IT."

She added: "Our footprint continues to grow significantly across Europe, where there is clearly heightened awareness of cyber risks due to rising numbers of incidents as well as European cyber and data-related regulatory changes. This latest expansion will help us continue to define innovative solutions for companies in the UK, across Europe and around the globe."