Former AIG underwriter, Hannah Webb, joins newly created unit to address shortage in efficient underwriting capital supporting the clean energy transition.
London, UK – NARDAC, the specialist energy and infrastructure wholesale and (re)insurance broker has announced today that Hannah Webb has joined as a partner in its newly created underwriting division.
Webb will focus on NARDAC’s expansion into underwriting products that address capital-starved asset classes. Over the next 12 months, NARDAC is releasing multiple new, innovative renewable energy products, starting with one that will address the U.S. solar market.
Leveraging her seven years’ experience in analyzing, assessing and underwriting complex risks, Webb will refine the product development. She will also build close relationships with underwriting capital and work with retail insurance brokers around the globe to support the next generation of energy projects.
Welcoming Webb to the business, Jatin Sharma, Managing Partner, commented: ”This is a crucial time for the insurance industry to anticipate, innovate, and stay relevant for its future customers championing the clean energy transition. With Hannah joining we are maintaining our entrepreneurial attitude to supporting future energy and infrastructure projects. Hannah adds to our team’s renewable energy underwriting credibility, and we are delighted that she will be responsible for delivering and servicing our new range of products”.
Hannah shares her enthusiasm on joining NARDAC:
“I am delighted to be part of an international team of (re)insurance professionals and sector experts. I’ve watched NARDAC transform how insurance services are delivered by focusing on time and sustainability, instead of revenue. I hope my knowledge and experience in underwriting renewable energy will augment the company’s offering to underwriting capital and our retail broker clients.”
Hannah Webb Biography:
Hannah specializes in underwriting on and offshore renewable energy accounts. She has been in the London Market for seven years, working across environmental impairment and renewable energy at AIG. As a specialist Energy Underwriter, she has worked on solar, wind and battery energy storage systems (BESS) projects across North America, South America, Europe, and Australia, varying from single sites to multi-billion dollar portfolios. Hannah holds a master’s degree in European political economy from the London School of Economics and a bachelor’s degree in geography.