AXA XL has introduced the promotion of Andrew Innes to international observe chief for merchandise and airports, aerospace.
In his new function, Innes shall be chargeable for growing the corporate’s international portfolio of aerospace producers, service suppliers and airports, whereas additionally driving international governance, underwriting pointers and pricing requirements. He shall be primarily based in London and can be part of the division’s international aerospace management staff.
Innes has greater than 20 years of expertise throughout the aviation and aerospace industries. He started his profession in 1995 at Brit insurance coverage. Most not too long ago, he served as senior aviation underwriter at AXA XL, having been promoted a number of instances since he joined the corporate, then Catlin, in 2006.
“The aviation and aerospace industries are continually reworking, most not too long ago pushed by enhancements in know-how,” mentioned Dzung Nguyen-Tu, international chief underwriting officer for aviation and house at AXA XL. “As we start to plan for post-pandemic progress, innovation shall be extra vital than ever. And but, the place there may be new alternative, there are sometimes new dangers to contemplate. Investing in our folks is significant if we’re to proceed to construct on the excessive ranges of data and experience that our purchasers have come to count on from us. That’s why I’m delighted that Andrew is taking up this new function. His expertise throughout underwriting, threat evaluation and consumer administration will assist us to additional strengthen our providing to purchasers.”