Altitude Risk Partners changes hands but Tim Wright stays in charge of Space

by | Sep 27, 2018 | Space Insurance

The London-based independent specialty Managing General Agent (MGA) Nexus Group completed the acquisition of aerospace focused MGA Altitude Risk Partners from its owners David Godley, Richard Power and Tim Wright and Castel Underwriting Agencies.  Godley, Power and Wright who formed Altitude Risk Partners in 2014 will remain at the firm which will continue to trade under the Altitude Risk Parners name. Tim Wright, who has 27 years in the market, notes that he will remain in charge of space underwriting.

 

 

 

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