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Miller bolsters professional risk business with two new hires

Miller bolsters professional risk business with two new hires | Insurance Business UK

Miller bolsters professional risk business with two new hires

Miller has appointed Adam Power as account executive in the international professional risks team and Rebecca Harvey as account executive in the North American professional risks team, strengthening the capabilities of its professional risk offering.

Power, who reports to Ed Pickard, joint head of international professional and financial risks, has more than 25 years’ experience. He was most recently director and practice leader of WTW’s construction professional indemnity team. Prior to this, he spent 16 years in Australia working with JLT and Aon, acting for mid- to large-size corporate and global clients across Australia and Asia. Power also spent two years as a divisional director at Howden.

In his new role, Power will lead the professional indemnity insurance offering for clients in the construction and property sectors, both in the UK and internationally, working with the newly expanded UK construction team to maximise cross-class opportunities, Miller said.

“We are delighted to welcome Adam to Miller,” Pickard said. “His depth of experience in construction PI will be a great asset to us. The ability to offer construction and property clients the full suite of insurance solutions positions us very strongly, and I’m excited for our continued growth in this space.”

Harvey reports to Andy Brett, joint head of North American professional lines. She joined from independent Lloyd’s broker Besso, where she was producer/broker. Prior to this, she worked at Marsh JLT Speciality as vice president, management liability, focusing on a variety of retail and wholesale risks in the UK, the US, Canada and Australia. At Miller, Harvey will focus on North American production across professional lines, especially on D&O.

“I’m delighted to welcome Rebecca to Miller,” Brett said. “Her dedicated experience in the London financial lines market and exposure to internationally domiciled risks makes her an excellent fit for our growing team. As we continue to develop our expertise in the North American professional risks market, her appointment reflects our commitment to strengthening our offering and providing the best possible service to our clients in the region.”

According to Miller, both appointments are part of its growth strategy and ongoing commitment to invest in new talent to meet the evolving needs of clients.