Crowe moves into property following headhunt.

Crowe Insurance (Syndicate 963) has poached property underwriters Jonathan Mallyon and Nigel Tatlock...

Crowe Insurance (Syndicate 963) has poached property underwriters
Jonathan Mallyon and Nigel Tatlock from Wren (Syndicate 250) in order to
launch into the commercial and domestic property market. The two have been
on gardening leave since they left Wren earlier this year.

Until now, the motor syndicate has only written motor-related property
risks and property reinsurance, but this new venture will see 963
developing an international portfolio that will, it anticipates, consist
of 75% commercial

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