Insurance market moves: Tim Wright to head up space operation at new insurance agency Altitude Risk Partners

by | Feb 5, 2014 | Seradata News, Space Insurance | 0 comments

Noted space underwriter, Tim Wright, has moved from Global Aerospace Underwriting Managers Ltd to become a founding partner of Altitude Risk Partners LLC, a new insurance agency and provider covering the aerospace market.   Tim Wright will head up the space operation there, where he joins David Godley, who will head up the aviation insurance operation.   Before becoming a space underwriter, Tim Wright worked for Aon Space, the space arm of the insurance broker Aon, and that for the aviation departments of Johnson & Higgins and Willis.

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