Globe Underwriting appoints Jenny Mackay as Head of North American Property Division
Globe Underwriting, the UK based managing general agent, has today announced the appointment of Jennifer Mackay as Head of the North American Property Division.
Jenny will focus on underwriting and management of both residential and commercial property programs while leading the underwriting team to drive profitable growth. She brings with her over 21 years’ worth of expertise in working within the US property and casualty market.
Before joining Globe, Jenny was president of WSG Specialty Underwriters where she established an organically grown MGA. Whilst at WSG she managed overall operations and was successful in pushing forward the business by implementing an interactive underwriting distribution system. Prior to her role at WSG, Jenny held senior positions at London American, Burns & Wilcox and Aon Private Risk Management.
Jenny has a background of specializing in high net worth risk, catastrophe prone residential and commercial property, inland marine and casualty exposures. She brings with her extensive experience across the US property and casualty market as well as being an experienced and reputable coverholder within the Lloyd’s marketplace.
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