Marsh McLennan has announced two appointments to its board of directors.
The company has appointed Judith Hartmann and Ray G. Young as directors, effective immediately. The appointments bring the company’s board membership to a total of 15 directors.
“We are committed to best practices in corporate governance, including effective succession planning and board refreshment,” said H. Edward Hanway, chairman of Marsh McLennan’s board of directors. “Judith and Ray bring deep and diverse financial, international operations and governance experience to our board. We look forward to working alongside them.”
“I am delighted to welcome Judith and Ray to the board,” said John Doyle, president and CEO of Marsh McLennan. “Both bring tremendous capabilities and leadership experience, and we will benefit from their input and insights.”
Hartmann served as deputy CEO and chief financial officer of ENGIE, an international energy services company, from 2015 to 2022. Prior to joining ENGIE, she served as CFO and a member of the executive board at Bertelsmann, an international media and services corporation. She has also held financial and operational roles at General Electric in the US, Latin America and Europe. Hartmann currently serves on the board of directors of Unilever and previously served on the boards of Suez, RTL Group, Penguin Random House and Gruner + Jahr.
Young served as vice president of Archer-Daniels-Midland Company (ADM) until his retirement last year. He also served as ADM’s chief financial officer from 2010 to 2022. Prior to joining ADM, Daniels served in various senior roles at General Motors Company from 1986 to 2010, including as president of the Mercosur region of South America, CFO and vice president of international operations. He serves on the boards of the International Paper Company, Hormel Foods Corporation, and the American Cancer Society Illinois Division.
Marsh McLennan recently appointed Chris Lay as UK chief executive.
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