Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK) is delighted to announce that David Robotham has recently joined the company as the Divisional Head of Accident & Health Insurance, reporting to Holly Strettle (Departmental Head of Accident, Contingency & Equine).
Robotham – a leader in the specialist Lloyd’s A&H market with many years’ experience in both London and Asia – is joined by Paul De Vido (Divisional Head of Accident and Health Reinsurance). De Vido brings in-depth knowledge and expertise in all specialist A&H product lines, in particular Treaty Excess of Loss Reinsurance.
They join a re-energised A&H team at TMK that is building on its established book of business in the global A&H market.
Holly Strettle comments: “David and Paul’s arrival completes our refocused and re-energised department and adds a wealth of new opportunities to follow. Our aim is to continue to develop strong portfolios in A&H, Contingency and Equine by combining our core strengths of quality underwriting, product relevance and claims excellence to serve these complex market areas more effectively than ever.”
Notes to editors
- Both underwriters join TMK from Axa XL.
- Robotham graduated from the University of Southampton with an MSc in Risk Management
- He has worked since 2002 at Catlin and its subsequent forms through to Axa XL, focusing on direct & facultative business, delegated authorities & aircrew benefits, as well as cover for high net worth individuals & hazardous occupations
- De Vido joined the Wellington syndicate in 2001 (later absorbed into Catlin) and has focused on direct and facultative business, both insurance, reinsurance and delegated authorities, specialising in Treaty Excess of Loss Reinsurance.
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About Tokio Marine Kiln
Tokio Marine Kiln is a forward-thinking international underwriting business which operates in the Lloyd’s and Company markets. As part of one of the world’s largest insurance groups, Tokio Marine, we empower our people around the world to protect customers against complex and ever-changing risks. We have four underwriting teams focused on: Property & Casualty; Marine, Aviation & Special Risks; Accident, Contingency and Equine; and Reinsurance, which are complemented by a first-class Claims team and an expert Risk Engineering service.
Tokio Marine Kiln benefits from exceptional financial strength with Standard & Poor’s ratings of A+ attributed to its Company platform and its four managed syndicates at Lloyd’s. For more information, visit www.tokiomarinekiln.com.