Specialty Broker

Region:
London
Area:
City London
Specialism:
General Insurance
Job Category:
Broking
Employment Type:
Permanent
Salary:
£50000 - £100000 per annum
Posted:
25-Jul-17
Recruiter:
IDEX Consulting Ltd
Job Ref:
3837

Specialty Broker - City of London

Salary: £50,000 - £100,000+ depending on experience

An entrepreneurial and ambitiously growing Lloyd's Broker is looking to expand their team with experienced Specialty Brokers.

The business has built an enviable reputation in the US wholesale market, Financial Lines in particular and also has some business in the UK/Europe. They have started to branch out into other niche lines (e.g. Environmental Liability, Property Binders) and are now keen to explore other niches including Political Risk, Credit, Terrorism and Intellectual Property. Brokers in the team would be expected to assist in prospecting for new business, securing new clients (wholesale and or retail) and in placing the business, though pure Producing Brokers will also be considered.

Driven, flexible and tenacious individuals are sought with a proven track record of developing specialist business and who have a strong contact network they can tap into. This is an excellent opportunity to make a real mark on a well established but expanding brokerage with solid Broker-back up support and shape the direction of their growth.

Please visit the IDEX Consulting Ltd website for further opportunities. If your application is successful we will contact you to discuss the opportunity in more detail within 2 working days of receiving your application. If your application is unsuccessful, the information supplied may still be retained for use in connection with future vacancies. Due to the overwhelming application response we receive through various sources, should you not hear from us within one week then please assume your application has been unsuccessful.

Contact Details:
IDEX Consulting Ltd
Tel: 0333 800 4339
Fax: 08453 701008
Contact: Gemma Henderson

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