After nearly five years of holding the chief operating officer title at Lloyd’s of London, Shirine Khoury-Haq is leaving the insurance market, according to a Lloyd’s news release. The announcement comes at the end of a tumultuous year for the Lloyd’s C-suite. John Neal took over as CEO in September following Inga Beale’s exit, while CFO John Parry left in May.
Khoury-Haq helped to digitise the London reinsurance market, delivering real change to the way it does business, read a statement from Neal.
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