Global broking business, Brokerslink, has added captive and insurance management consultancy, Robus Group to its network. The new specialised affiliate provides services to captive insurers, open market insurers, and reinsurers along with intermediaries and other corporate entities around the globe.
Founded over a decade ago, and now based in Guernsey and Gibraltar, Robus offers a host of captive management consultancy services including accounting, treasury management, compliance, underwriting, actuarial and business development.
The business is part of the Ardonagh Specialty group of companies and follows the earlier entry of Price Forbes, Bishopsgate, Inver Re, Besso, and Compass London Markets to the Brokerslink network.
Robus’ Chief Commercial Officer, Ronan Ryan commented:
“I’m excited to be joining the Brokerslink network. Robus prides itself on the strength of service we provide to our customers, and I know we can support Brokerslink’s vast network of partners and affiliates to explore new avenues for risk transfer. Captives are an important tool for organisations to gain greater financial control of their own risk, but they benefit greatly from our specific expertise in getting up and running.
I’m looking forward to working with new colleagues from around the world, and share our knowledge in this area.”
Carla Alves, Network Engagement and Operations Director commented:
“We are thrilled to welcome Robus Group to our network. In a challenging global economy, we’re seeing more and more organisations turning to captive models as an alternative to traditional methods of risk transfer. We’re pleased to be able to offer access to the Robus Group’s specialised expertise, which complements other captive management and consultancy offerings we already have with the Brokerslink ecosystem.
We’re always looking for new ways to help our broker partners and affiliates respond to the challenges of today, providing access to tailored insurance and risk solutions, and support from a large range of targeted consultancy operations.”