Kennedy Joins Moore Stephens Brokers Ltd.

(Press Release)
Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Moore Stephens Brokers Limited, a source of general insurance products tailored for Superyachts, has appointed Kathy Kennedy as its new executive vice president it was announced today. She will be based in the USA. “I’m really pleased to join Moore Stephens at this exciting time for the company”, said Kathy, “I look forward to adding to the company’s already diverse blend of services and expanding their client relations not only in Northern America but also globally.”

A US based yachting industry veteran, Kathy most recently worked with the Ferretti Group on North American market development and with Derecktor Shipyards as director of marketing during the M/Y CAKEWALK build. 
“We’re really pleased to welcome Kathy to the Moore Stephens team” said Clive Dixon, managing director, “Kathy is really well known in the industry and brings a wealth of experience with the meticulous requirements of Superyacht owners - we all look forward to working with her.”
Kathy joins Moore Stephens Brokers Limited which provides bespoke insurance products for Superyachts and their owners including:
- yachts;
- yacht contents and accessories;
- aircraft;
- antiques;
- art; and
- jewellery.
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