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Jaime Taylor joins Chaucer Singapore's Political Risks and Credit team

Taylor will join the team as a class underwriter, bringing nearly 20 years of experience to the position.

Specialty insurance group Chaucer has appointed Jaime Taylor to its Singapore operations as a class underwriter to its Political Risks and Credit team.

Taylor brings with her nearly two decades of experience in the insurance industry. Before joining Chaucer, she spent six years at Talbot Risk Services, part of AIG, where she served as senior class underwriter in the same division.

She also worked for Texel Asia as Credit and Political Risks Broker and has a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance from Nanyang Technological University.

“Jaime has a wealth of experience in underwriting and will significantly bolster our already strong team in Singapore. Her considerable expertise will help us achieve our ambitious growth targets,” Margaret To, head of Chaucer Singapore said
 

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