EC3 Brokers announces the appointment of James Murphy to the newly-created role of head of broking. Murphy joined on 1 May from Integro and will be responsible for expanding EC3 Broking’s marketing activities and developing new partnerships.
EC3 Brokers CEO Danny Driscoll said: “In building successful international professional indemnity (PI) divisions for Howden Insurance Brokers and Prime Professions, James has extensive knowledge of growing a profitable business in this market and he will also bring his expertise in managing and developing global MGAs as part of a diverse portfolio of business.”
Murphy has worked in the London market for 29 years, starting with Nelson Hurst and Marsh in 1990. Throughout his career Murphy has focused on placing business in the London market for UK and international clients, developing long-standing relationships with underwriters, managing the insurance needs of clients, and servicing wholesale broker portfolios from across the globe.
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About EC3 brokers
Formed in 2013 by its CEO Danny Driscoll, EC3 Brokers is an ambitious, independent commercial lines Lloyd’s broker, headquartered in London with subsidiaries in Dallas, the US, Dubai’s DIFC and most recently in Malta.
The business employs around 40 people. EC3 is recognised as a client focussed, service-based intermediary in the MGA world, most notably in US construction, as well as global entertainment/contingency in which lines the company enjoys a market leading presence; North American reinsurance, international PI, global cyber, marine and North American active shooter/terrorism insurance make up the remainder of EC3’s diverse and growing portfolio.
EC3 is privately held and profitable. The majority of equity is held by management and staff although a meaningful portion is held by a very limited number of strategic investors.
For more information please visit www.ec3brokers.com