LexisNexis Risk Solutions reveals senior insurance appointments

New roles see two UK and Ireland leadership team

LexisNexis Risk Solutions reveals senior insurance appointments

Insurance News

By Mika Pangilinan

LexisNexis Risk Solutions has made two senior appointments within its insurance leadership team for the UK and Ireland, naming Tom Lawrie-Fussey (pictured left) as senior director of product management and Aishling Meyler (pictured right) as associated vice president technology.

Lawrie-Fussey steps into his new role following a year-long tenure as automotive director. In his previous position, he spearheaded the launch of LexisNexis Vehicle Insights, a vehicle-centric data enrichment solution tailored for motor insurance providers.

As senior director of product management, Lawrie-Fussey will be responsible for leading product innovations to support the general insurance market. He succeeds James Burton, who was recently appointed as managing director of LexisNexis Risk Solutions, insurance.

Meyler assumes the role of associate vice president of technology with over 20 years of experience in software engineering. She was previously senior director of software engineering and has expertise in delivering technology-focused projects at scale for the insurance market.

In her new role, Meyler will lead the development of next-generation AI-based cloud applications. These applications are intended to provide insurance providers with seamless access to innovative products, while also minimising operational disruptions.

LexisNexis has been steadily growing its presence in the UK and Ireland. In November, it announced the expansion of its operations in the Republic of Ireland, providing data enrichment services to insurance companies and boosting fraud detection capabilities. It also launched a claims database for the UK general insurance market.

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