DAS Group hires Head of ATE Insurance

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6 February 2017

Enrique Gomez

Enrique Gomez, new Head of ATE Insurance, DAS Group

DAS UK Group, the largest provider of legal expenses insurance in the UK, has announced the appointment of Enrique Gomez as its new Head of ATE Insurance, effective immediately.

Gomez will be based in London and reports directly to James Henderson, Managing Director Insurance UK & Ireland. He is responsible for the continued development of the ATE division of the DAS UK Group.

Gomez has over 15 years’ experience within insurance, and holds a BSc Engineering in Business & Finance. He joins DAS from leading insurance group RSA where was Director of SME Deals. Prior to this he held a number of leadership roles at RSA, including Business Manager of SME Volume brokers, Strategy Manager of Global Speciality Lines and Global Network Manager.

Commenting on the appointment, James Henderson said: “The legal market is in a constant state of flux and it is imperative that ATE providers also change and adapt.

“After conducting a thorough search for this position, we believe bringing in experience and talent from outside the ATE market to drive this change will enable us to remain dynamic and flexible in our approach to deliver innovative solutions for our customers, now and in the future.

“ATE insurance is a key part of the DAS UK Group’s activities and this appointment is a clear statement of our long term commitment to the ATE market.”

Enrique Gomez added: “I’m pleased to be joining the team at DAS at such an exciting time.  I plan to bring my strong relationship building skills and experience to expand the support and product offerings that we offer to solicitors and their clients.

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