Waste & Recycling
Rokstone’s longest established product line is a niche underwriting facility targeting waste & recycling risks based in the UK, Australia, and US. We have a long and successful history in placing waste & recycling business and our standards haven’t dropped. Our market-leading reputation has allowed us to form long-established partnerships in this specialist market.
Our portfolio managers have a wealth of experience in their niche line of business and combine this with a dedication to helping our broker partners win and retain more business.
Stuart Kinsella is a property underwriter for Rokstone. Stuart is responsible for developing and managing the waste property facility business and expanding its global footprint into new territories.
Stuart joined the group in March 2014, as his first role within the London market. He previously worked as an insurance broker at Lloyds TSB and Bluefin.
If he wasn’t working for Rokstone, he would probably be trying to play golf on as many courses across the globe as possible. He also claims to possess the unique skill of being able to enter lookalike competitions under the names of Mick Hucknall, Ed Sheeran, Boris Johnson and Ricky Hatton.
“I can honestly say joining the group was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Whilst I never doubted that the company would flourish, the exponential growth experienced has exceeded what I thought was possible. It’s a tremendously exciting time to be part of this innovative and ambitious group.”
Coverage and limits
We are committed to always providing clear detail on our specific risk appetite to allow you to better understand our underwriting proposition.
Our wider teams are made up of leading underwriters and dedicated suppport staff to ensure that your experience working with us is forever a positive one.
Scott Fautley is a property underwriter at Rokstone. Scott is responsible for underwriting and maintaining the profitability of the waste property account, whether that be underwriting new business, renewals or ongoing risks.
He joined the group in February 2016, having started life in claims for RSA and QBE. He then moved into underwriting support roles at QBE and Allianz, and finally into Lloyd’s broking.
Outside of work, Scott has been a fairly serious photographer for around a decade. He plays the drums and is also a keen runner.
“The opportunity to be part of something growing at the rate it was when I joined was too good an opportunity to miss – little did I know at that time just how much the group would explode.”