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Specialist insurance professionals
Financial services
Description of Tasks

  • Experienced insurance professionals in specialist insurance or reinsurance underwriting, claims, brokerage, loss adjusting, law, risk management and managing of specialty insurance business disciplines.
  • They might be involved in the business segments of maritime, aviation, agriculture, construction and infrastructure, power and energy (including wind and solar), legal liability (including professional indemnity and directors’ and officers’ liability), financial lines, cyber risk, warranty and indemnity, tax, trade credit, structured solutions, political, war, alternative risk transfer programmes, global medical and employee benefit programmes, intellectual property risks, intangible assets (including green insurance such as carbon offset coverage), reinsurance of all classes both treaty and facultative or other professional services in the value chain of specialty insurance.

Qualification Requirements

  • Typical qualification of not less than 3 years demonstrable international experiences in the particular specialisation including underwriting, claim handling, insurance broking or relevant supporting professional services sectors, such as risk modelling, laws, risk management and loss adjusting. An advantage if they have attained relevant professional qualifications such as the Chartered Insurance Institute, the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance, or the equivalence of such qualifications.

Enquiry on the Profession

Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau