Finn leads Mosaic’s global political risk and trade credit insurance offering. He has nearly 25 years of experience in the political risk market, initially as a broker, before moving to underwriting. He headed political risk and trade credit accounts for Pembroke Syndicate 4000 at Lloyd’s, and similar divisions at AXA ASR and CNA Hardy. Previously, he worked for Chaucer Syndicates and Berry Palmer & Lyle.
Mosaic’s range of political risk products offers strategic protection to investors, developers, financial institutions and multinational corporations doing business in new territories.
Our specialists help clients understand and navigate the complex challenges of international trade—allowing them to benefit from attractive opportunities, while covering losses when the unforeseeable happens.
Tamar is responsible for developing Mosaic’s wider political risk portfolio in the US market, as well as arbitration award default insurance (AADI) worldwide, after previously supporting our transactional liability division as a legal analyst. In prior positions, she worked as a senior lawyer at JSC Georgian State Electrosystem in Sakartvelo (Georgia), representing the company in the European Union, and later, as an associate at Fridman Law Firm PLLC in New York. She started her career at Georgia’s Ministry of Economy & Sustainable Development, where she represented the government in courts, with a particular focus on complex commercial litigation.
Scott supports Mosaic’s political risk team through placements and development of broker relationships. He previously worked at a technology start-up in Brighton after graduating from the University of Sussex with a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE).
Dhruv heads up Mosaic’s operations in Dubai, retaining an underwriting focus on the development of the company’s political risk product in the region. He previously worked in Dubai as a senior underwriter for Hamilton General Managing Agency (formerly Visionary Underwriting), writing structured trade credit and political risk in the wider Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Before that, he spent six years with the political risk team at Chaucer Syndicate in London.
Luke supports Mosaic’s political risk unit, assisting in day-to-day underwriting of accounts and developing broker relationships. A graduate of the University of Exeter, he holds an MSc in Financial Analysis and a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering. He previously worked in wealth management.
Natalya focuses on building Mosaic’s book of business for the political risk division and developing broker relationships. Previously, she underwrote political risk insurance for 11 years at Pembroke Syndicate 4000/Hamilton Syndicate 4000 across a worldwide portfolio of contract frustration, confiscation and credit risks.
Katharine has 10 years of insurance experience. At Mosaic her role involves underwriting the worldwide Political Risks account for syndicate 1609, developing broker relationships and business planning. Katharine was previously an underwriter on the Political risks account at Pembroke Syndicate 4000 where she began her career.