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IGI appoints Ian Noble as head of casualty and professional lines

  • Publish Date: Posted almost 4 years ago
  • Author:by Alan Jarque

International General Insurance Holdings (IGI) has appointed Ian Noble as head of casualty and professional lines.

Based in the London office, Noble will manage the company’s Casualty and Professional lines, which includes Professional Indemnity, Directors & Officers, Legal Expenses and General Third-Party Liability, all of which are non-US exposures.

He replaces Chris Mauduit, who has retired in June 2020 after leading IGI’s Professional Lines and Casualty (General Third-Party Liability) business as Class Underwriter for the past five years.

Noble has 34 years’ broking and underwriting experience in Professional Lines in the Lloyd’s of London company markets and most recently served as senior class underwriter – professional indemnity at Chaucer in London.

Noble began his career in 1986 working for several broking and insurance companies, including serving as class underwriter professional indemnity at Brit Insurance from 2002 to 2010 before joining Chaucer.

Waleed Jabsheh, IGI President said: “I am delighted to welcome someone with Ian’s calibre, experience and market knowledge to the IGI team. With Ian’s expertise, we will further develop our Professional Lines business, while continuing to provide first class service to our brokers and clients.”

 Adding: “I would like to thank Chris for his service to IGI. He has been instrumental in building a foundation of success for Ian to develop further. We wish Chris all the best in his retirement.”