SCOR is pleased to announce the appointment of Emma Bartolo as the Global Segment Leader for its Environmental Impairment Liability (EIL) insurance portfolio. Emma will join SCOR in February 2023. Based in London, she will report to Marie Biggas, Chief Underwriting Officer of SCOR UK and Active Underwriter of the SCOR Syndicate, and Daniel Carreras, Global Line Head, Specialty & Casualty.
Emma joins SCOR from her most recent position as London Corporate Regional Manager at Chubb, where she was responsible for the delivery of the middle-market strategy and financial plan in London. Prior to this, she held a number of senior positions at Chubb, including Environmental Risk Manager for the UK & Ireland.
Marie Biggas commented: “Emma is an extraordinarily talented Environmental Risk specialist. Her deep knowledge of the field and her collaborative approach to leadership will be instrumental in driving the growth of our EIL portfolio. It is always a pleasure to welcome professionals such as Emma who have a real passion for their area of expertise.”
Daniel Carreras added: “This appointment underscores our commitment to providing leadership in this important line of business. We are proud to be able to attract talented individuals to the team here at SCOR. Emma’s strong scientific background is extremely impressive, and her exceptional underwriting capabilities will ensure that we continue to provide our clients with the best possible solutions.”
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Emma began her career in insurance as an Environmental Risk Underwriter at Chubb, Manchester/London in 2008. Emma is a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion, having chaired the Gender Equality Network at Chubb, as well as supporting the development and execution of its D&I strategy. Before joining the industry, she worked as a Consultant at WSP Environment & Energy, and as a Technical Officer, Contaminated Land at Manchester City Council. She has written a number of industry publications on environmental insurance and is considered a leader in her field.
Emma holds a Master of Science in Pollution and Environmental Control and a Bachelor of Science in Geology and Geography from the University of Manchester.