Nigel Hanbury, the veteran Lloyd's members' agent and champion of the Lloyd's Name, is returning to the market after a two-year absence.
Hanbury - who stepped down from Lloyd's members' agency group Hampden Capital in 2009 - has taken a majority stake in Hampden's Guernsey-based subsidiary, which offers stop loss reinsurance to Lloyd's Names through a "protected cell" structure, The Insurance Insider understands.
Hanbury instigated the creation of the Guernsey vehicle in 2004 with the launch of Hampden PCC (Guernsey)...
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