Beat Capital Partners launches accident and health business

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Beat Capital Partners has launched RedRiff Agency, an accident and health underwriter with Peter Wilkins as CEO.

RedRiff will provide cover for a range of specialised A&H insurance and reinsurance. It will underwrite through a Lloyd’s consortium, led by Beat Syndicate 4242. Underwriting is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2024.

Beat, founded in 2017, is a long duration venture capital investor specialising in the insurance industry.

The team

Wilkins brings over 35 years of A&H experience to the post, the firm detailed. He was most recently QBE Re’s global chief underwriting officer after 18

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