Insurance firm Miller has expanded its credit and political risks division, taking on Rosie Denee and Oscar Moseley in London.

Denee has left RKH Specialty, where she served for two years in the same role she now has at Miller. Prior to this, she was political risk and structured credit broker at Marsh between 2014 and 2016. Her previous experience includes a year of underwriting at HDI-Gerling. Moseley joins from Marsh where he had been for eight years, including six as vice-president of political risk. His areas of focus were Europe, Middle East and Africa.

The two hires will advise financial institutions clients on their lending portfolios alongside senior colleagues Benjamin Gibbons and James Cunningham.

Head of special risks at Miller, Timothy Press, says of Denee and Moseley: “Their broad experience and expertise with lenders, traders and corporates will ensure we continue to provide the specialist knowledge our clients need.”