Specialist Lloyd’s insurer Chaucer has strengthened its political risk and trade credit team with the addition of senior analyst and industry veteran Jonathan Bint.
Bint, the new political risk underwriter and analyst, will help drive Chaucer’s continued expansion of its political risk and trade credit product range.
He will be working with Deborah Wyatt, head of emerged markets, who joined Chaucer in March to lead the development of the political risk team’s solutions for emerged markets.
“I have joined Chaucer at an exciting time. I am pleased to be part of this growing team as we launch our enhanced political risk and trade credit solutions to meet brokers and clients’ requirements in the emerged markets,” Bint said.
With Bint’s appointment, Chaucer’s emerged markets team “is now fully in place and open for business,” according to Nick Kilhams, head of political risk and trade credit at Chaucer.
“Jonathan is an excellent political risk analyst and in partnership with the team, at Chaucer we can now provide brokers and clients with comprehensive solutions for all their political risk and trade credit needs,” Kilhams said.
Bint has more than 20 years of experience in the financial markets, having worked with underwriters, regulators and rating agencies in the field of credit analysis.
He most recently served as an analyst at XL Catlin's global credit and political risk underwriting teams and crisis management business group.
Bint also used to work at Lloyd’s as reinsurance asset manager of the franchise performance directorate and as rating analyst at Standard & Poor's.