Founder & Chairman
Adrian’s background stems from the Lloyd’s Market at the global brokerage Howden, learning the trade in the pre-eminent insurance marketplace. As a Broker, he negotiated reinsurance, placed binding authorities and also developed market-leading stochastic loss-forecasting models to estimate loss payouts and reinsurance pricing costs. He co-founded Quantemplate to address data challenges in the industry, successfully extending the business to the US in 2015.
His board role at Quantemplate has included stints in London, NYC, San Francisco, and Silicon Valley, allowing the business to draw upon the best practices applicable to enterprise technology, insurance and the financial markets. He currently works in London, assisting business development.
Senior Solutions Architect
Daniel leads Quantemplate technical engagements. This involves understanding the challenges faced by the industry and our customers, and showing how Quantemplate can be leveraged to fully solve them in an automated, de-risked solution that adds immediate business value.
Working alongside clients throughout their solution life-cycle, Daniel is responsible for initial product demonstrations, through to consultation, implementation and ongoing solution training and support.
Daniel brings to Quantemplate a long background in the insurance industry, solving data challenges across a range of Personal and Commercial lines, working alongside Underwriting, Actuarial, Claims and Distribution teams.
VP Solutions North America
In the Americas, Bob engages with clients to ensure their successful adoption of the platform. He has a deep understanding of the property & casualty (re)insurance markets and data, leveraging that knowledge to solve client challenges and shape the platform.
Prior to joining Quantemplate, Bob worked at Guy Carpenter and split his time between traditional treaty broking and consulting. Prior to Guy Carpenter, he held roles at Marsh and Saint-Gobain.
Head of Design
A member of the founding team, Tom gained his MA in Communication Design from Central Saint Martins, where he specialised in wayfinding – helping people navigate spaces. He subsequently worked for architects, applying a user-centred design approach to signage systems. Tom’s mission at Quantemplate is to untangle complex workflow problems to create a frictionless user experience.
Tom has spoken widely on the subject of UX design and co-founded the Design for Complexity meetup in London. He has taught at university level and serves as a design advisor to organisations and charities. In a previous life he was a rock climber, and is still occasionally sighted in the Peak District.