01.26.22
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Corvus Insurance Names its First ‘Head of International’ Continuing Insurtech’s Global Expansion Momentum

Oliver Delvos set to lead Corvus’s new office in Frankfurt, Germany

Corvus To Add "Head of International"

BOSTON (January 26, 2022) — Corvus Insurance, the leading provider of smart commercial insurance products powered by AI-driven risk data, today announced that as part of its continued global expansion Oliver Delvos will be joining the organization as its Head of International in Summer 2022.

In this new role, Delvos, who currently leads global cyber underwriting at Zurich Insurance Group, will develop and implement Corvus’s long-term operational and organizational strategy for territories outside of the US, with an initial focus on Continental Europe. As cyber crime continues to erase borders, the addition of Delvos to the Corvus team is a key part of its expansion into the global market. Corvus kicked off 2022 with its acquisition of Tarian Underwriting Limited, a leading cyber underwriting platform that underwrites on behalf of a consortium of Lloyd’s syndicates with an international footprint covering the UK, US, Middle East, Canada, and Australia.

Growing Globally

“We’re thrilled to add Oliver to the Corvus leadership team later this year as we continue to expand our global presence,” said Phil Edmundson, Chief Executive Officer at Corvus. “With his vast experience in European and Asian markets — as well as his experience in data and privacy risk — he’s well-positioned to lead Corvus’s international team and develop a winning global strategy.”

At Zurich, Delvos developed the global cyber proposition with cyber risk engineering in over 20 Zurich offices worldwide. Prior to Zurich, he led AIG’s cyber underwriting team in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Delvos holds a German degree in Business Law, a Master of Laws (LLM) from Wellington University in New Zealand, and a Master of Science from the London School of Economics (UK).

Delvos will lead Corvus’s office in Frankfurt, Germany, slated to open later in 2022. There, he will be tasked with building a global team of underwriters and other key personnel while developing risk capital structures for programs to support growth of Corvus’s international portfolio. The new team will have an initial focus on excess cyber placements across Continental Europe, expanding Corvus’s cyber capabilities and technology in order to support policyholders across the globe from cyber threats.

View the original press release on BusinessWire.

 

About Corvus Insurance

Corvus Insurance is building a safer world through insurance products and digital tools that reduce risk, increase transparency, and improve resilience for policyholders and program partners. Corvus’s market-leading specialty insurance products are enabled by advanced data science and include Smart Cyber Insurance®, Smart Tech E&O™, Smart Cargo®, and a suite of products for Financial Institutions. Our digital platforms and tools enable efficient quoting and binding and proactive risk mitigation. Corvus and its subsidiaries offer insurance products in the US, Middle East, Europe, Canada, and Australia. Current insurance program partners include AXIS Capital, Crum & Forster, Hudson Insurance Group, certain underwriters at Lloyd’s of London, R&Q’s Accredited, SiriusPoint, and Skyward Specialty Insurance. Corvus Insurance was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with offices across the US and in London, UK. For more information, visit corvusinsurance.com.

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