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Carbon Underwriting hires Gary Bradshaw as new claims manager

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

Independent, specialist managing general underwriter, Carbon Underwriting Limited has announced the appointment of Gary Bradshaw as claims manager.

In Bradshaw’s new role he will work alongside Stephen card, Carbon CEO, Jacqui Ferrier, chief underwriting officer, Nick Tye, active underwriter and Ben Laidlaw, senior underwriter and chief technology officer.

He joins the business with more than 25 years of senior claims management experience in the London Market and brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding of high-quality specialty claims handling backed by digital processes.

Card, Carbon CEO, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Gary to our team as we begin the next chapter following our successful first year in operation. Gary is a highly experienced professional whose arrival brings clear focus for our claims management specialism, and by working alongside our underwriters, Gary will be instrumental in identifying trends and developments that can support the most efficient, accurate and cost-effective claims processes.

Adding: “With the development of our in-house platform Graphene, combined with the expertise of our talented team, we are confident in delivering our future goals, as we strive to become the Lloyd’s Benchmark for data driven quality delegated underwriting. Claims data is key to this success, and Gary’s knowledge and experience will help us drive forward in this area as we continue our mission to transform the Delegated Authority space.”

Bradshaw, shared: “Improving claims handling and responsiveness is a critical issue for the delegated authority market and I’m delighted with the opportunity to be part of the enthusiastic and ambitious team at Carbon who are striving to deliver transformational change in our market.

In particular, using Carbon’s proprietary technology Graphene, which offers the ability to support superior analysis, management and sharing of data, has the potential to significantly enhance coverholder relations, improve efficiencies and provide greater transparency across the TPA claims handling process.

And with Carbon recently welcoming its first three coverholder partners, plus securing five principle binding authorities, this is undoubtedly an exciting time to be joining the company.”