HDI Global appoints new Director of Marine Cargo Underwriting in the UK


HDI Global SE – UK (HDI) has appointed Steve Foreman as its Director of Marine Cargo Underwriting, effective 1st April 2021.

The appointment of a new Director of Marine Cargo Underwriting and the establishment of a new Marine Cargo business line highlights HDI UK’s continued investment in widening its product offering for corporate industrial clients.

Foreman joins HDI having spent almost thirty years specialising in Marine Cargo insurance products at RSA. During his time at RSA, Steve worked in RSA offices across Europe, including the UK, Italy and Belgium. Most recently, Foreman managed RSA’s European Cargo Portfolio.

Claire McDonald, Managing Director HDI UK & Ireland, remarked on Foreman’s appointment: “We are delighted to welcome Steve into HDI; his wealth of experience will be critical in establishing this new product line in our branch in the UK. We will be seeking to leverage the existing international programme and marine cargo expertise that exists within the Group to deliver exceptional service to our clients and brokers.”

Foreman said of his new role: “I am delighted to be joining HDI who have a strong history and presence in Cargo in Europe as well as Globally and am looking forward to providing the same high quality Cargo proposition to our UK brokers and clients.”

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About HDI Global SE

Companies from the trading, production and service industries need an insurance partner they can rely on.

As part of the Talanx Group, HDI Global SE has been one of the leading insurers offering a broad and needs-based range of insurance solutions and accompanying services for decades.

HDI operates through foreign branches, subsidiaries and affiliates as well as network partners in more than 150 countries, offering international industrial insurance programmes.

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