The platform covers a range of emerging risk scenarios required by Lloyd’s and UK regulators.
It aims to expand the target audience for its AI-based risk management platform.
She succeeds John Ludlow, who will continue his involvement with Airmic.
The new hire has previously worked for Marsh & McLennan, Aon, and World Insurance Associates.
The start-up seeks to insure digital assets through a collaboration between underwriters/brokers and capital markets.
Candidates will be eligible for IBF certification.
They will deliver a cyber risk financial quantification solution for the insurance market.
The agreement adds to Alliant’s growing US platform.
It addresses the problem of human error as the biggest cause of incidents.
The re/insurer has appointed a new head of its Chicago-based US risk management team in the US central zone.