29th February 2016

Protean Risk strengthens IFA PI Practice

Julian Brincat has joined Protean Risk as head of their Independent Financial Advisor (IFA) Practice. Julian joins from Howden Insurance Brokers where he specialised in Professional Liability Insurance for the Financial Services Sector, with a particular focus on IFAs.

Julian brings an in-depth knowledge of the specific risks and insurance solutions pertinent to the IFA market along with technical expertise in assessing contract wordings and the associated implications.

Protean Risk has rapidly grown their client base in this sector and are fast becoming one of the leading specialists in the provision of professional liability insurance to IFAs. Julian’s appointment demonstrates Protean’s commitment to the IFA sector and to providing clients with a best-in-class service.

Nathan Sewell, CEO, commented “Our IFA clients are an integral part of our business and we are delighted that Julian has joined Protean. His knowledge and experience within this sector will considerably enhance our offering and is testament to Protean’s ability to attract market-leading talent as we continue grow the business.”

Media Enquiries

Protean Investment Risks Limited:

Nathan Sewell, Chief Executive +44(0)20 3763 5353
Jason Edwards, Director +44(0)20 3763 5360

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Tony Tyler, Director +44(0)78 0104 2825

Notes to Editors

Protean Investment Risks Limited is a specialist Lloyd’s insurance broker advising firms and individuals in the investment industry, financial services and technology sectors.

Clients range from individuals through to companies with revenues in excess of £100m. They are attracted by extensive knowledge, experience and access to a comprehensive range of leading providers, from global company insurance markets to Lloyd’s syndicates and niche specialists.

Underpinning their values as a company is an overarching focus on customer service and satisfaction, borne out by extensive client testimonials and an independent client satisfaction survey.