Two senior executives at Brit have left the company, sources told Reinsurance.
Kevin Huttly, chief underwriting officer at Brit Global Markets and Jenny Martin, divisional underwriting legal & professional at Brit Insurance have both left the company, Reinsurance has learned.
It is not known when they left.
Senior sources within Brit told Reinsurance that one of the one of the major reasons why Huttly and Martin left was because over philosophical underwriting differences - and both underwriters had been compensated en route to their exit.
Some market sources said that this was due to losses on Brit's Italian medical malpractice account - which Brit is understood to have ceased underwriting - but senior sources insisted that this wasn't true.
Brit declined to comment.
This story was originally published by Reinsurance
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