Robus appoints board director with post-Brexit Gibraltar and Guernsey focus


Robus Risk Services, a Guernsey-based insurance management and advisory group, has appointed Ben Dunning as director.

Dunning has around 20 years of experience in the insurance industry, having started his career at Aon in the late 1990s.

At Aon he rose to the senior management team before joining the board of the then Robus Group ILS subsidiary Hexagon PCC at the beginning of 2015.

In his new role, Dunning will be managing and administering insurance and other corporate entities, with a particular focus on Brexit for the firm's clients with dual locations in Gibraltar and Guernsey.

“Dealing with a variety of corporate clients every day is different and there are always new challenges which keep my job interesting,” Dunning said.

“Robus is an independent, niche business focused on solutions, innovation and quality of service and this enables us to spend more time on clients, rather than having the burden of internal administration that is more commonly a feature of larger broker owned organisations.”

Richard Le Tocq, CEO of Robus Group, added: “Ben is highly experienced in Guernsey’s captive insurance sector and I’m very pleased to have his expertise on the Robus board.”

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