CNA Hardy has appointed Alistair Marriott as head of cargo for its Lloyd’s platforms.
Reporting to Carl Day, head of energy and marine, Marriott will be responsible for developing the Lloyd’s cargo book of business, driving profitable growth and raising awareness of CNA Hardy’s proposition in the London, Chinese and Far Eastern markets.
Marriott joins CNA Hardy from Neon where he was joint deputy head of marine and cargo class underwriter responsible for overall portfolio management, and the development and implementation of the firm’s strategic business plan. Prior to that, Marriott spent 13 years at QBE where he was cargo portfolio manager.
Carl Day, head of energy and marine at CNA Hardy, said: “Over the last year we have looked to build out our capabilities significantly. Alistair’s appointment complements the recent appointment of Greg Dodds in Singapore and finalises the leadership of our global team based in London, comprised of Stephen Barr, Giles Coghlin, Tim Howard-Smith; Clive Magnus, and David Grant. These appointments demonstrate our ambition and commitment to be a leader in Marine and Energy.”
Patrick Gage, chief underwriting officer at CNA Hardy, said: “I am delighted to welcome Alistair to CNA Hardy. Energy and marine is a key area of long-term growth for us, and we see significant opportunity for our offering in this space. Alistair’s specialist skillset and wealth of experience will be invaluable as we continue to develop our global brand and presence."
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