Mosaic’s professional liability team (from left): Anna Jay, Danny Clack, Francesca Harland, Pete Young
Mosaic has announced the launch of underwriting professional liability coverage through its London office.
The specialty insurer now offers a tailored portfolio of professional indemnity and D&O coverage for a wide range of service providers, including lawyers, specialist engineers in target industries (oil and gas, marine, aviation), actuaries, P&I club managers, security consultants, underwriting agents and insurance brokers.
“These are challenging times for professional firms, in a landscape rife with new systemic risks and uncertainty driven by globalization and changing regulatory environments,” said Mosaic co-CEO Mark Wheeler when making the announcement.
Mosaic’s London-based professional liability team includes:
• Anna Jay, SVP, head of professional liability, who oversees the division and its global portfolio. She has almost 20 years’ experience working across the specialty sector, with a core focus on professional liability.
• Danny Clack, SVP, deputy active underwriter, who supports all business lines through Mosaic’s Syndicate 1609, with a focus on professional liability. He is a near 20-year veteran of Lloyd’s of London and the commercial insurance market.
• Francesca Harland, AVP, underwriter, professional liability, who focuses on developing Mosaic’s US and international professional liability portfolio. She has a strong track record in miscellaneous and emerging risks, working with clients to develop niche products in this area.
• Pete Young, AVP, underwriter, professional liability, who has spent more than a decade at Lloyd’s. At Mosaic, he is responsible for underwriting the professional liability portfolio and developing relationships with brokers and clients..
Founded in February 2021, Mosaic combines Lloyd’s Syndicate 1609 with a wholly owned syndicated capital management agency and underwriting hubs in Bermuda, London, the US, and Asia. The company is focused on complex specialty lines of business.