Randall Goss, chair and CEO of parent company US Risk, and James Begley, chief operating officer of Oxford Insurance Group recently spoke with Insurance Post’s Emmanuel Kenning about the rebranding to Oxford Insurance Group; how the offering was formed, its growth, expansion and acquisition targets.The pair also share their views on trading in the hard market, Lloyd’s modernisation and the importance of diversity and inclusion.You can read the full article on Insurance Post here.
MGB's Nick Bender discusses his views on the Professional Indemnity Insurance Market
MGB Insurance Brokers Joint Managing Director, Nick Bender was featured in an Insurance Age expert opinion piece discussing the current Professional Indemnity insurance (PII) market.In the article Nick provides his views on the current market conditions, the impact of covid-19 and how he sees the market developing in 2021.Read the full article.
Oxford Insurance Brokers continues growth
Oxford Insurance Brokers Limited, (OIB), has successfully recruited Jonathan Stafford to establish its Cargo and Logistics division.Mr Stafford, a seasoned market professional who was previously at EC3 Brokers, Cooper Gay and Aon Risk Solutions, starts with immediate effect.“Being part of a larger group will help our new division to deliver on its growth promise,” he said.“I have a strong client focus and existing and prospective clients will benefit from OIB’s deep expertise and solid back office offering”.
Group COO speaks out about The Future of Insurance Work
Speaking at Insurance Post hosted event: ‘The Future of Insurance Work’ James Begley, Chief Operating Officer of Oxford Insurance Group featured on the panel discussing ‘The role of the ‘office’ and future of the insurance workplace as a concept.’During the hour-long discussion, the panel fielded a range of questions around the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the office landscape.
Trireme Insurance Group Rebrands as Oxford Insurance Group
Trireme Insurance Group, the international subsidiary of U.S.Risk Insurance Group, today announced the company has officially rebranded under a new name, Oxford Insurance Group.Oxford Insurance Group will serve as the parent company of Oxford Insurance Brokers Ltd, which includes the U.K.-based trading entities James Hampden International Insurance Brokers and MGB Insurance Brokers.Other members of the group include Switzerland-based UNIS AG and Dubai-based Antarah.
Trireme staff step up for charity
Trireme Insurance Group COVID-19 Initiative for NHS Charites Together & Centre for Health and Human Performance (CHHP).We are pleased to announce that together, we have raised an amazing £2,450.We will be donating 75% of the total amount received to NHS Charities Together and 25% to CHHP.Your participation and hard work stepping up in lockdown means that these wonderful organisations can continue their efforts supporting everyone in the fight against COVID-19.
Coronavirus Update from Trireme Insurance Group
We write to inform you that our staff will be working remotely in line with the latest advice from the UK government, both for their protection and to play our part in the effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.We have worked hard to ensure that our operations remain robust and resilient during challenging times such as these.Therefore, we are fully equipped and prepared to be able to maintain continuity throughout any potential disruption to our usual pattern of working.
Internal reorganisation for Trireme Group Companies
With effect from 1st January 2020, I am pleased to confirm that both the entire business of MGB Insurance Brokers and James Hampden International Insurance Brokers have been transferred into Oxford Insurance Brokers Limited, another regulated entity under the Trireme Insurance Group umbrella.This is effectively an internal reorganisation and both MGB Insurance Brokers and James Hampden International Insurance Brokers will remain as a trading name of Oxford Insurance Brokers.