Price Forbes strengthens their commitment to LatAm with key hire

15 April 2021

Price Forbes announces the appointment of Gabriel Anguiano to further strengthen their presence in the Latin America market.

Gabriel brings rich experience in the region as he joins Price Forbes from Lloyd’s syndicate Probitas 1492, where he was Head of Strategy and Business Development for Latin America. During his four and half years at Probitas, launched in late 2015 to become one of the most profitable businesses at Lloyd’s in the past three years, he opened the first ever Lloyd’s underwriting operation in Mexico, the largest reinsurance market in Latin America.  Previously he spent 9 years at Lloyd’s (the Corporation), initially as Strategy Manager with responsibility for the formulation of Lloyd’s 3 Year Strategy, and subsequently focusing on developing the Latin America market. Gabriel then went on to successfully coordinate the negotiation and opening of their representative office in Mexico and taking the role of Country Manager.

The dedicated, Spanish-speaking, Price Forbes Latin America team was recently appointed as sole and exclusive reinsurance brokers for all insurances required by the Bogota Metro Line 1 project, and the team works collaboratively with all divisions across Price Forbes.

Oscar Rincon, Executive Director of Latin America at Price Forbes, says: “We are delighted to welcome Gabriel to the team, we are committed to developing and growing our presence in Latin America and his vast expertise will be invaluable in achieving our objectives.” 

Gabriel Anguiano commented: “The team at Price Forbes has an excellent reputation and I’m excited to be part of their vision to expand further into the LatAm market. I look forward to developing their already ambitious plans.”

Gabriel will continue in a voluntary capacity as the Chairman of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain, which represents the interests of Mexico’s private sector in the UK and aims to foster the growth of bilateral trade and investment between the two countries.

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