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IFB names new director

IFB names new director | Insurance Business UK

IFB names new director

The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) has announced the appointment of Ursula Jallow (pictured above) as permanent director.

Jallow joined the IFB earlier this year on a short-term contract as head of intelligence and investigations. She was involved in developing a new IFB strategy scheduled to be launched at IFB’s conference in December and was appointed to her new role after a comprehensive recruitment process.

“Ursula has made a hugely positive impact since she joined us, and during the recruitment process clearly demonstrated she was the standout candidate for the permanent position,” said Dominic Clayden, CEO at the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB). “We are delighted to have her on board and very much looking forward to seeing how she and the team develops IFB in the future.”

Jallow has had a prolific career in the industry, with most of her experience centered on financial crime and insurance fraud prevention. She spent 15 years at LV= prior to her time at IFB and held a number of senior positions, including director of financial crime and data protection and head of group financial crime intelligence and crime solutions.  

“I’ve really enjoyed my time at IFB so far and I’m truly looking forward to leading and being part of a great team,” said Jallow. “The new strategy will see the IFB evolve going forward and I’m really excited to work with the IFB team and industry stakeholders to make even more great things happen in the future for the industry!"