Male, Pale & Stale? Nope, Coverys MGA Appoints Caitlin Crist as Head of Claims

Coverys Managing Agency Limited, the Lloyd’s managing agent of Syndicates 1975, 1991, 3330 and 1110, today announced the appointment Caitlin Crist to the newly created role of Head of Claims of Coverys Syndicate 1975. She will take up her new role in June.

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Crist brings over a decade of liability claims experience to Coverys. She joins from Brit Global Specialty where, as a complex claims specialist, she was responsible for managing and adjusting complex casualty claims and providing U.S. legal advice on contentious issues. Prior to this, Crist served as an attorney with Fields Howell, LLP where she provided coverage advice to and represented insurers in the U.S. federal and state courts.

Robin McCoy, CEO of Coverys Managing Agency said“Coverys has built its market leading reputation by ensuring better outcomes for clients, from risk mitigation and patient safety to improved analytics. Superior claims management is also core to this ethos. How we handle claims in Lloyd’s will be crucial to maintaining our growth trajectory in the market. Caitlin is an expert in medical professional liability claims and will play a key role in ensuring that the best-in-class reputation which Coverys has developed is maintained as we continue to strengthen our position in London and internationally.”

Caitlin Crist, Head of Claims at Coverys Syndicate 1975 said: “In a crowded market, Coverys has already begun to differentiate itself through the quality of its underwriting, data and approach to risk management. I am looking forward to adding claims to that list and developing a claims function which sets the business apart from its peers.”

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