JLT Speciality continues expansion with the hire of leading professions specialist

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15 May 2018


JLTJLT Specialty (JLT) the specialist insurance broker and risk consultant has appointed leading Professional Indemnity specialist, Marco D’Ovidio, to its UK Professions team. He will be based in JLT’s Bristol office.

Marco has over 25 years’ experience in the insurance industry most recently at Aon Risk Solutions. He specialises in managing the professional indemnity and related insurance requirements for all professional services businesses. During the last 25 years, he has built a reputation for handling the insurance needs of law firms and other professions, and has firmly established himself as one of the leading practitioners across the South and South West of England.

Martin Ellis, Head of UK Professions at JLT Specialty, said:  ‘I am thrilled that Marco has joined JLT. His experience and stature as one of the leading specialist insurance brokers in the UK and for law firms in particular will further strengthen our already strong team.

JLT has one of the largest teams of professional Indemnity insurance specialists and we have grown significantly during the last few years. Marco’s knowledge and experience in this specialist sector adds considerable strength and depth to not only our team in Bristol but will also be of great benefit to our professional services clients throughout the UK. I am sure he will make a significant contribution to our continued growth and success in the professional services sector.’



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