WTW has announced the addition of two key personnel to its contingency division, with Nick Anscombe appointed as the contingency lead and Brett Corrigan as director.
Both appointees will be part of crisis management, a global line of business at WTW led by Jo Holliday, the global head of crisis management. This division encompasses accident and health, contingency, special crime, terrorism, and political violence, supported by the Alert 24 Risk Advisory team.
WTW's Sports & Entertainment division is known for working with a diverse clientele, providing high-quality, cost-effective, and robust solutions globally.
“These hires reinforce our focus on industry and line of business specialisation and add strength to our direct and facultative teams. We continue to experience growth in contingency, driven by dedicated teams in North America, Europe and GB who support clients predominantly across the sports, entertainment, media, leisure, and hospitality sectors. We are delighted to have attracted such experienced and specialist talent to the crisis management team,” Holliday said.
In their new roles, both will be reporting to Ian Tomlin, the head of accident and health and contingency at WTW.
“We are building a dynamic team of product and industry specialists, with a desire to deliver clients with a market-leading proposition. We are delighted that Nick and Brett will be joining the team and bring extensive market experience and proven record in delivering exceptional outcomes for clients,” Tomlin said.
In other recent news for the global broker, the latest Insurance Marketplace Realities report by WTW indicates that inflation is impacting commercial insurance rates.
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