Quentin has deep experience in political violence underwriting, with 40-plus years in the London market. At Mosaic, he oversees broker relations and business development, and underwrites Syndicate 1609’s worldwide sabotage and terrorism account. Previously, he served as global head of marine, including war and terrorism, at Ironshore’s Pembroke Syndicate 4000. Prior to Ironshore, he led that business line for Liberty syndicates at Lloyd’s. Quentin was one of the first professionals to write stand-alone terrorism risk after 9/11.
Standalone terrorism and political violence policies can offer reliable coverage that pays claims and helps clients recover and rebuild after tragedy strikes.
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Luke has a dozen years’ experience in the London market and is responsible for cultivating broker and client relationships at Mosaic. Previously, he worked as a senior underwriter for WR Berkley, overseeing growth and development of the political violence portfolio. Prior to that, he spent 10 years at Willis Towers Watson in its global terrorism and political violence practice, focusing on the UK, European large accounts, and US-domiciled multinationals.
Heather has more than 10 years of industry experience. At Mosaic, she develops broker relations, plans business strategy, and underwrites worldwide sabotage and terrorism for Syndicate 1609 with a focus on the US and Canada. Heather began her career at Ironshore and underwrote war and terrorism at Pembroke Syndicate 4000. She returned to the US to manage a domestic book of business, successfully building a market-leading consortium. She has considerable experience developing new coverage forms in the US market.
Sam identifies key regions for growth and helps build and maintain broker and client relationships at Mosaic. He previously worked for the Chaucer Group, where he spent more than three years, latterly as a deputy class underwriter in the political violence team. Prior to that, Sam spent three years at Aon, as a European terrorism broker.
Josh is responsible for developing Mosaic’s wider political violence portfolio, capitalizing on the Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC) location for the flow of risks into the region. Previously, he worked as a senior political violence underwriter at Chubb Dubai, underwriting and managing regional business. He started his career at Willis Towers Watson, where he spent a decade working out of the UK and Dubai offices, focusing on business emanating from the MENA region.
Adam is responsible for building out Mosaic’s international political violence book, while complementing work by the unit’s North American team. Previously he spent eight years at AXA XL expanding its political violence line, and also worked at Hiscox. Prior to underwriting, he served as a broker for Aon’s crisis-management division focused on terrorism. Adam represents Mosaic as a member of the Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA) political violence panel.
Jamie has 15 years of experience in the Lloyd’s and US insurance markets. His role at Mosaic includes developing broker relations, business planning, and overseeing aggregate management systems. He underwrites worldwide sabotage and terrorism for Syndicate 1609 with a primary focus on the US and Canada. Previously, Jamie was a senior client advisor at Marsh New York, and a senior underwriter at Swiss Re Corporate Solutions. He also spent six years as a marine underwriter at Pembroke Syndicate 4000.
Megan develops broker relationships and covers sabotage and terrorism risks, with a primary focus on the US and Canada. She has more than seven years in the insurance industry. She previously worked as a senior terrorism underwriter for Liberty Specialty Markets, and as a property underwriter with Ironshore Insurance.