Ian Tomlin has joined Special Contingency Risks (SCR) to lead and manage the strategic development of its Accident and Health offering.

His focus will be on the growth and development of the accident & health client portfolio globally.

Ian’s accident & health experience covers the design, placement and management of complex corporate/high risk (war & terrorism), professional sports, personal accident & life, emergency medical and medical stop loss insurance and reinsurance programmes for diverse international clients. 

Working with government & non-government organisations, private security companies, professional sports teams & associations, engineering & construction companies and media broadcasting networks. Ian’s broad client experience brings additional strength to SCR’s already market-leading accident and health team.

 “We are excited that Ian is joining our accident and health team. His industry experience of working with a wide variety of clients and advising on appropriate methods of risk transfer will help us navigate and maximise the potential for growing our A&H book”, commented Jo Holliday, Managing Director of SCR. 

Ian began his career in 2008 at Aon, before moving to Ellis Clowes & Co in 2011. In 2014 he joined Marsh Ltd, where he headed up the Accident & Health, Life London Placement team.

About SCR

Special Contingency Risks (SCR) is the world’s leading specialist in the design and placement of kidnap, security and complex personal accident insurance. With over 35 years’ experience, our holistic approach provides an international client-base with comprehensive solutions to identify, mitigate and transfer their people risks. SCR combine market-leading insurance expertise with an in-house security risk and crisis management practice under the name of Alert:24. Providing intelligence, analysis and training services, accompanied by a 24-hour crisis support operations centre, we have unrivalled experience in handling incidents impacting our clients in highly sensitive and complex situations.

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