Dilley to lead financial institutions unit at Mosaic
January 4, 2022
Hamilton, Bermuda—Specialist underwriter Tom Dilley has joined Mosaic Insurance to lead the company’s global financial institutions division.
Based in London, Dilley has been appointed SVP, Head of Financial Institutions, taking overall responsibility for the unit launched and guided by Chris Brown through the company’s first year. Brown will now focus entirely on his leadership role driving Mosaic’s syndicated capital program, working closely with a growing number of commercial partners to provide capacity to clients in specialty lines around the world.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Tom to Mosaic and our financial institutions division,” said Brown. “He is widely recognised and respected as a lead underwriter in this class of business and we’re pleased he will lead our FI team and accelerate the development of this portfolio. I look forward to working in tandem with him, along with all our product leaders, to build Mosaic’s syndicated capital management partnerships.”
Dilley has more than 16 years’ experience in the global financial institutions market, bringing a wealth of established broker and client relationships. Previously, he oversaw the UK FI sphere at Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance, building a market-leading business. He also spent 12 years with ACE (now Chubb), latterly overseeing the product line in the UK and Ireland.
“I’m delighted to be joining the talented team at Mosaic and excited for the opportunity we have to build lasting relationships with our clients and broking partners,” said Dilley. “We offer flexible, innovative product solutions whileretaining high levels of service and a stellar claims offering, which is particularly crucial, given the economic and political volatility facing our clients.”
Financial institutions coverage is among Mosaic’s six specialty lines, each selected for their high technical barriers to entry and relevance to current and projected global market conditions. Other units include cybersecurity, political risk, political violence, transactional liability, and professional liability.