CNA Hardy selects senior underwriters for UK marine team

Appointments a mix of new hires and internal move

CNA Hardy selects senior underwriters for UK marine team


By Mika Pangilinan

CNA Hardy, a specialist commercial insurance provider catering to clients within the Lloyd’s and company markets, is expanding its UK marine team with the addition of new senior underwriters.

Trevor McAuley has been appointed as senior marine underwriter based in Glasgow. McAuley’s role will encompass marine cargo and transport & logistics underwriting for Scotland and Ireland, as well as marine equipment/subsea underwriting for UK company business. His experience includes positions at Allianz, XL Catlin, RSA, and Tokio Marine.

Conlie Wong has been named senior underwriter, marine cargo and transport & logistics. Based in Manchester, Wong will be responsible for marine cargo and transport & logistics renewal underwriting. Wong has held roles at Tokio Marine and Catlin.

Hugh Consitt has taken on the role of senior marine development underwriter, also based in Manchester. In this capacity, Consitt will help drive new business development in the North of England for marine cargo operations. He brings with him eight years of experience at Chubb, where he previously served as regional senior cargo underwriter.

Additionally, Michael Slack has been promoted to the position of senior technical underwriter for transport & logistics for UK company business. Slack has been with CNA Hardy since 2014 and is based in Manchester.

“I am delighted to welcome our new colleagues Trevor, Conlie, and Hugh who will further strengthen our marine proposition in the UK,” Neil Atkinson, head of marine UK, said in a Press release. “I am also really pleased to congratulate Michael on his promotion as we improve the senior underwriting capabilities from both within our own ranks and externally with the calibre of Trevor, Conlie, and Hugh.”

Earlier this year, CNA Hardy launched a portfolio of products designed for multinational businesses in the manufacturing, professional services, and wholesale durable goods industries.

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