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XL Catlin announces promotions on its International Environmental team


XL Catlin’s insurance operations today announced a number of promotions across Europe on its International Environmental team.

Dan Alexander Lothian has been promoted to Underwriting Manager, Environmental for UK & Ireland, based in London, effective March 1. Ludovic Ruiller, previously Underwriting Manager, Environmental for France, based in Paris, adds Benelux to his remit. Simone Te Kamp has been promoted to Senior Underwriter, Environmental, Benelux. She is based in Amsterdam and will report into Mr Ruiller from April 1st.

Commenting on the promotions, Adias Gerbaud, Head of Environmental, International, said: “European multinational companies are increasingly aware of the need to minimise their environmental exposures and to have effective risk transfer solutions in place, wherever they operate.”

She added: “As we look to keep growing our environmental insurance portfolio across Europe, we need to invest in our talent and further develop the team. Dan, Ludovic and Simone have all demonstrated tremendous expertise and been successful in their respective markets and I have full confidence that they will thrive in their new roles.”

XL Catlin’s International Environmental team provides a range of solutions for businesses exposed to environmental risks, including Pollution & Remediation, Legal Liability and Contractors Pollution Liability, across UK & Ireland, Latin America and the EMEA and Asia Pacific regions.