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Marsh appoints Mark Costin Head of UK Aviation Practice

Posted 5 December 2017 · Add Comment

Insurance broker March today announced the appointment of Mark Costin as the Head of its UK Aviation Practice, effective immediately.



Previously Leader of Marsh’s UK Aerospace team, Mark will continue to be based in London.

In this role, Mark will be responsible for further developing the risk and insurance services and solutions for the UK and international clients managed by Marsh’s London aviation hub.

Commenting on the appointment, Mark Weil, CEO of Marsh UK & Ireland, said: “Mark has a strong track record of building strong relationships across the aviation industry and has gained a formidable reputation for his understanding of the broad range of risk and insurance issues our clients in this sector face. This experience will be invaluable as we evolve our offering to ensure it meets our clients’ rapidly-evolving needs.”

In connection with Mr Costin’s appointment, Marsh also announced that Oyin Heath will lead its UK Aerospace team, also effective immediately. Previously Deputy Leader of the team, she will also be based in London and report to Mr Costin.

Mr. Costin added: “With companies across the aviation sector facing a range of challenges from safety to sustainability as well as the consequences of Brexit, I am excited to be leading the Marsh team in London as we serve clients from around the world.

“With over 20 years of experience serving clients across the entire range of the global aviation and aerospace market, I am delighted that Oyin will succeed me as our UK Aerospace Leader. Her appointment shows the depth of talent we have available in Marsh’s Global Aviation & Aerospace Practice.”
 

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