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Tysers welcomes a substantial number of fantastic new hires for 2023
Tysers is welcoming more than 20 new talented individuals to the business in early 2023. The hires, a mix of fantastic young talent and experienced producers, bring a wealth of enthusiasm and industry expertise and are part of Tysers’ strategy to expand core areas of business, build out teams and seize opportunities for growth.
The new hires will join divisions across the business, including North America P&C, Marine & Aviation, Reinsurance and Retail.
Clive Buesnel, CEO Tysers, said: “We’re on a terrific trajectory at Tysers and extremely excited about 2023. It was wonderful to close 2022 as part of AUB Group, welcome Andrew Kendrick as our new chair of Tysers* and we are delighted to be attracting market-leading professionals who want to be part of our future.”
As part of its drive to attract new talent, Tysers launched its apprenticeship programme in September 2022. The 18-month programme, which will be repeated in 2023, combines on the job learning and study and leads to a formal qualification and a permanent position for the next generation of Tysers. Candidates were recruited from across the UK and have joined teams in London, Manchester, Hitchin and Colchester.
Clive added: “Our apprentices have brought great energy and new ideas to Tysers, and we are reaching candidates who, otherwise, might not have considered a career in insurance. This is just one of the measures we are taking to evolve our culture and build a workforce where talent thrives, regardless of background.
“We are also very excited to have entered into a sponsorship partnership with iCAN, a dynamic, multicultural network that supports inclusion and celebrates diversity across the insurance sector. Tysers is looking forward to collaborating with iCAN to drive positive change across the industry.”