Anna McNamara appointed group COO at Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK)

LONDON, 03-May-2018 — /EuropaWire/ — Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK), the leading provider of specialist and corporate insurance, has appointed Anna McNamara as group chief operating officer (COO) with effect from 26 April.

As Group COO Anna will lead the strategy and management of all TMK group operations activities across the business. Anna joined TMK from Lloyd’s in 2006 as senior syndicate accountant, having previously trained as a chartered accountant at Deloitte, and has been promoted through the company into her current position. During her career with TMK she has played a pivotal role in a number of large, complex programmes; acted as a driving force in the Conduct Risk Project; undertaken strategic business planning; was involved in the implementation of Solvency II, and supported various group transactions including the merger of the syndicate and company businesses in 2014. Her experience in leading and managing regulatory change will be invaluable as TMK continues to pursue the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

Charles Franks, group chief executive officer of TMK, said: “I am delighted to be able to announce Anna’s promotion to Group COO. Her knowledge, experience and energy will serve her well in this new role as it has done throughout her TMK career to date. Operationally, like many in our industry, we must be able to adapt and change to meet the demands of a modernising marketplace and Anna is well placed to drive TMK’s progress in this critical area.”



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About Tokio Marine Kiln

Tokio Marine Kiln is a forward international underwriting business which operates in the Lloyd’s and Company markets. Formed in 2014 through the integration of Kiln and Tokio Marine Europe, Tokio Marine Kiln has been founded on empowered expertise and the strength of its relationships.

As part of one of the world’s largest insurance groups, Tokio Marine, we empower our people in 20 cities around the world to protect customers against complex and ever changing risks. We have four underwriting teams focused on: Property & Casualty; Marine, Aviation & Special Risks; Accident

& Health; and Reinsurance, which are complemented by a first class claims team and an expert risk engineering service.

Tokio Marine Kiln benefits from exceptional financial strength with Standard & Poor’s ratings of A+ attributed to its Company platform its four managed syndicates at Lloyd’s. For more information, visit

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