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Talbot Expands Accident & Health Team with Appointment in London

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Talbot Underwriting Ltd ("Talbot") today announced that Shawn Foreman
has joined the global Accident & Health (A&H) team as Class Underwriter
based in London.

Shawn brings over 25 years of A&H experience to Talbot and will be
responsible for developing the portfolio in London and the wider Talbot
Group. Previously, he was Senior Underwriter at Chubb Global Markets and
before that he held the role of Senior Underwriter at Ace European Group
Limited.

Russell Bean, Head of Specialty for Talbot said, "Shawn's experience in
global A&H comes at an exciting time for Talbot. Our plans to elevate
and expand the A&H portfolio, paired with Shawn's impressive experience
will be a great combination".

James Skinner, Chief Underwriting Officer of Talbot, based in London
added, "As Talbot looks to grow the A&H book globally, an individual of
Shawn's calibre is an excellent addition to the business. Shawn's career
to date shows a focus on A&H which will be invaluable in order to
achieve our goals".

Talbot provides insurance cover globally for both individuals and
companies through a broad range of products under A&H, including
individual or group personal accident and sickness, aviation personal
accident and flight crew loss of licence, key persons, professional
sports, professional entertainers, war and other high hazard personal
accident.

For more information, please contact Talbot's
A&H team.

About Talbot

Talbot is the global brand used by Talbot Underwriting Ltd companies
which operate within the Lloyd's insurance market, through Syndicate
1183. Talbot focuses on underwriting a number of specialty classes
including marine, marine liabilities, accident and health, aviation,
transport, energy, terrorism, political risk, crisis management, cyber,
kidnap & ransom, construction, contingency, financial lines, property
and treaty reinsurance. Talbot is a member company of AIG. To learn
more, visit talbotuw.com.

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