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MS Amlin bolsters claims proposition with new head | Insurance Business UK















Key hire will be based in London, reporting to the chief claims officer


Claims

By
Kenneth Araullo

Lloyd’s global re/insurer MS Amlin has announced the appointment of Catherine Healy (pictured above) as the firm’s new head of property & crisis management claims.

Healy brings over 20 years of experience in the Lloyd’s and London Market, where she has managed delegated authority accounts and complex claims across multiple jurisdictions, including the UK, North America, South America, Europe, and Australia.

Her expertise over these past two decades spans various lines of business, including property, casualty, crisis response, and accident & health.

Before joining MS Amlin, Healy held the position of delegated authority claims manager at HDI Global Specialty, handling a diverse claims portfolio that covered property, casualty, cyber, and accident & health.

Her previous roles also include as claims manager for specialty programs at Brit Global Specialty and, following that, a stint at Accelerant Insurance Limited in 2019, where she managed claims for property and liability accounts.

In her new role, Healy will oversee claims for commercial property, property binders, transportation, and crisis management. As a part of MS Amlin’s claims leadership team, she will operate out of London, reporting directly to Clare Constable, chief claims officer.

“Catherine brings with her a wealth of claims knowledge and experience, and we are excited to welcome her on board. Her appointment completes our claims leadership team as we continue to enhance our market-facing offering for brokers and clients, and provide a joined up service between Claims and Underwriting. With our expert team and client-focused proposition, we are well-placed to deliver a trusted, market-leading claims service,” Constable said.

Elsewhere for the global re/insurer, MS Amlin has also recently formed a partnership with catastrophe risk modelling firm Moody’s RMS to enhance its exposure management and modelling capabilities, with the aim of aiding with integrating and upgrading analytical functions within its underwriting division.

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