Matt Ellis – Divisional Director, FINEX GB Cyber WTW

Matt Ellis – Divisional Director, FINEX GB Cyber Willis Towers Watson, Tailoring Cyber, Technology and Media Insurance solutions

Cyber, Tech and Media broker at Willis Towers Watson for domestic and international clients.

Previously I was a Senior Professional Indemnity and Medical Malpractice Broker at Marsh MMC for 9 years (SME). Account development/servicing in the SME sector (international and domestic wholesale/retail) Specialities include CMT (Cyber, Media, technology E&O/PI) & Intellectual Property alongside traditional lines of PI.

Specialising in Cyber, Media and Technology E&O placements along with Intelectual Property policies for domestic and international clients on a wholesale and retail basis.

Experience in placing multi-layered and reinsurance policies.

3 years Managerial experience at Enterprise

Level 2 Triathlon Coach with experience of racing short course to Ironman Distance events. Knowledge of Draft legal racing and TT format (including an AG World Championship Gold and European Silver Medal in the ITU Standard Distance ). Successful campaigns as a Guide for a Visually Impaired athlete (including World and European titles)

Level 2 Swim coach.
Level 2 Basketball Coach

Latest reviews by Matt Ellis
Cyber Insurance Market Outlook 1H2022: New Underwriting Strategies and Available Cybercapacity" class="attachment-csco-thumbnail size-csco-thumbnail wp-post-image" alt="Cyber Insurance Market: Underwriting Strategies & Cybercapacity">
Cyber Insurance Market: Underwriting Strategies & Cybercapacity
The cyber insurance market has seen significant changes during 2022, with the segments within the market being more distinct and nuanced than previously experienced
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Global Insurance Sector Outlook' 2023: Insurers' Growth and M&A Deals
Insurers received a boost from hardening property-casualty rates, but the growth outlook for the insurance sector in the 2023 year appears to be a mixed bag