Lockton scoops awards at Insurance Insider Cyber Awards

Cyber
Awarded top broker awards

LONDON, 11 OCT 2017

We are delighted to announce that Lockton's cyber team won the ‘Cyber brokerage firm of the year’ and ‘Cyber broker of the year’ awards at the prestigious annual Insurance Insider Awards 2017.

These awards recognise cyber risk providers and individual professionals that have stood out for their innovative broking initiatives and market innovation.

Voting is addressed exclusively to cyber brokers and underwriters, who are invited to vote for the best talent in the London Market. It is a two-way survey through which cyber underwriters nominate the best brokers and brokers nominate the best underwriters.

Max Perkins, Senior Vice President at Lockton, won Max Perkinsthe ‘Cyber broker of  the year’ award – regarded  as the pinnacle of achievement for any intermediary operating in the cyber class within the London Market.

Lockton's cyber team also won the ‘Cyber brokerage firm of the year’ award – a testimony to how well regarded the team is within the London insurance market.

Rory Young was also shortlisted for the ‘Rising star broker of the year’ award.

On receiving his award, Max Perkins said: “Many thanks to the Lockton team, our clients and colleagues around the cyber market. While we each have our own goals and achievements, as a community we are in this together in order to one day have a cyber market that provides companies with the comfort of clear insurance suitable to their needs. I’m humbled and honoured.”

Cyber TeamCarl Moore, Partner and Head of the Global Cyber and Technology division said: “To receive this recognition, especially from within the insurance community, is a fantastic achievement and testament to the hard work and dedication from the team.”

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