Elite appoints Phillippa Rowe as NE Chairman of RI Committee

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31 October 2016


Master Elite Insurance Logo_(green)Elite Insurance has announced the appointment of Phillippa Rowe as non-executive chairman to the Elite Insurance Reinsurance Committee, with effect from 1 September 2016.

Phillippa has worked in the London and international reinsurance market for over 40 years, initially spending 15 years with a leading Lloyd’s syndicate and later assuming the role of senior partner of her own independent reinsurance consulting firm.

Phillippa provides technical consultancy, analysis, audits and records inspections, and advice to companies, syndicates and brokers in the London and international markets. Additionally, she provides training services, and acts as an arbitrator, mediator and expert witness.

Phillippa said, “I am delighted to be joining Elite in this capacity and look forward to working with their dynamic team”.

Jason Smart, Elite CEO, was equally pleased saying “Phillippa brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience from which we will no doubt benefit greatly. We welcome her to the team and wish her a long and happy association with Elite”.



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