By: 5 May 2019
McLarens hires David Pigot for new London market role

McLarens has created a new role focusing on developing expanded solutions for the London market and driving growth in its specialty divisions.

David Pigot has been appointed to the newly created role of director of London markets and global head of specialty.

Pigot has more than 30 years of experience in insurance, earned across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, as well as during several international assignments in the US and Latin America.

Prior to joining McLarens, Pigot held executive roles at both Cunningham Lindsey and Marsh.

Gary Brown, chief executive officer of McLarens, said: “We are delighted to welcome David to McLarens. He not only brings the right combination of industry skills and technical expertise, but he also shares our client-centric approach, which is one of McLarens fundamental operating principles. As McLarens continues to evolve and expand our global capabilities, David is the ideal choice for this role.”

“We designed it to provide centralised strategic leadership and operational oversight for aspects of our business requiring specific technical expertise and international business acumen. The London market and our specialty practice areas will benefit from David’s considerable loss adjusting experience, including both adjuster and broker roles, as well as his expansive global management experience. As our specialty lines business spans the globe, David’s proven leadership capabilities will provide valuable visionary direction to our international team.”

Pigot added: “I am excited to join the McLarens team at such a dynamic time in the firm’s history. McLarens is a respected firm and well-known for its commitment to quality and excellence, which align well with my personal and professional values. I look forward to building on the rich tradition of client service and leveraging the company’s growth momentum to enhance our service offerings, particularly in the London markets and through the firm’s specialty practice areas.”