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Sportscover announces new head of Sydney office

  • by The Quotesonline Team

Sports and leisure insurance group Sportscover has announced that Damian Kerin will take over responsibility for Sportscover’s Sydney office from 1 June.

Kerin replaces Simon Trowell who has decided to establish his own business after 11 years of service with Sportscover.

A Sportscover spokesperson said, “In his time with Sportscover, Trowell has been an integral part of the development of Sportscover’s operations in Sydney, NSW, Queensland and overseas and a highly valued member of the management team. There will be a handover period of one month.”

Kerin joins Sportscover after having been with Austagencies for the past 14 years, most recently as National Manager – Specialty.

Kerin commented, “I am really looking forward to taking up this challenging role at Sportscover. Despite their phenomenal growth over the past five years the company has some ambitious expansion plans for the future both here and overseas. I am excited to be part of that development.”

He will have responsibility for Sportscover’s NSW, ACT and Queensland operations and will also be involved in the continuing growth of business in the wider region.

Sportscover is one of the world’s leading sports and leisure insurance services groups with offices in London, Melbourne, Sydney, Shanghai, and the Pacific Islands. Using a worldwide broker network, Sportscover specialises in accident, liability, property, contingency and travel insurances for sport and leisure. Sportscover’s main underwriting operations comprise Sportscover Underwriting Ltd, Syndicate 3334, Sportscover Australia Pty Ltd, Sportscover Europe Ltd., Sportscover Insurance Ltd, SCI Capital Ltd. As a Lloyd’s syndicate, 3334 benefits from Lloyd’s market rating and is the only A rated dedicated sports and leisure insurer in the world.

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