Guernsey Finance has appointed William Lewis Industry Building Consultant for the Insurance coverage Sector.
In step with the announcement, that is the primary time a sector-specific Industry Building Consultant has been appointed, with targets directed via each Guernsey Finance and the Guernsey Global Insurance coverage Affiliation (GIIA).
The company has stated that this new appointment represents a step-change in the best way the company works in partnership with business to succeed in their shared function of selling and connecting Guernsey’s specialist monetary services and products business to the broader global.
Rupert Delightful, Guernsey Finance Leader Government, commented “Via discussions with GIIA we recognised that the insurance coverage sector would get pleasure from having a devoted industry consultant, as it’s in contrast to the opposite specialist monetary services and products sectors that we’ve got right here in Guernsey.
“We’re delighted to have taken this chance to paintings at the side of business to now warmly welcome William on board, in conjunction with his wealth of enjoy within the insurance coverage sector.”
Lewis has over 44 years of enjoy within the insurance coverage marketplace, and is these days a director of a Guernsey PCC.
He has received a vast vary of information around the sector, together with the formation of Safe Mobile Corporations (PCCs) and in depth interplay with the Guernsey regulator. He additionally has enjoy coping with UK and Lloyd’s regulators, has up to now been the director of a Lloyd’s contributors’ agent and of a Bermudan Particular Function Insurer.
Commenting on his appointment Lewis stated: “Total, my occupation has enabled me to realize an overly vast and in depth wisdom of the worldwide insurance coverage and reinsurance markets, in addition to a very good figuring out of what Guernsey has to supply, from captives to PCCs.
“I’m in reality excited to be becoming a member of Guernsey Finance thru this leading edge initiative, and to deliver get advantages to Guernsey’s economic system.”