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Miller enters private client market with trio of key hires

January 15, 2021

Miller Insurance has announced its launch into the private client market with the appointment of three High Net Worth Specialists.

Katie Small, Nick Gavin-Powell and Michelle Suckling will join the business in the second quarter of 2021 to form a new team committed to delivering a high-quality offering, supported by market-leading products and insight to provide a unique customer experience.

The team have worked together before and bring extensive market knowledge and established relationships within the sector having previously helped clients from across the globe to manage complex risks.

Small will head up Miller’s new private clients team. She brings extensive experience in the sector having formed insurance brokerage MWA which was later sold to RK Harrison in 2012. She was then head of the combined RK Harrison Private Wealth and Hyperion Private Client, Fine Art and Specie business following the acquisition of RK Harrison by Hyperion in 2015.   

Gavin-Powell has over two decades of experience in the sector and joins the firm from Aon where he most recently held the position as head of private clients. Prior to this, he served as divisional director at Howden.

Additionally, Suckling also has 20 years of industry experience with prior positions at RK Harrison in their private client team and more recently at Zurich.

The team will commence their roles at Miller following the completion of their contractual obligations at their respective employers.

James Hands, co-head of Special Risks commented: “We are delighted that Katie, Nick and Michelle will be joining Miller to drive our expansion in the High Net Worth sector, a key area of growth for Miller. Our new offering will provide our clients with our usual best-in-class approach, providing reassurance that their most valuable assets are protected.”