LMA names new board members

CEO says they bring a wealth of not only experience but also commitment

LMA names new board members

Insurance News

By Terry Gangcuangco

The Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA) has introduced four new senior market leaders to its board of directors, which is responsible for determining the LMA’s overall strategy, direction, and priorities.

The newly appointed board members are Richard Milner (pictured right), group chief executive of Chaucer; Clare Constable, chief claims officer at MS Amlin; John Fowle, Atrium CEO; and Adam Beatty (pictured left), chief executive of Nephila Syndicate. They replace Rob Callan, Mark Graham, and Martyn Rodden, who have all stepped down.

Sheila Cameron, CEO of the LMA, had this to say about the appointments: “I am delighted to welcome Richard, Clare, John, and Adam to the LMA board.

“The new members bring a wealth of experience and commitment, enhancing the board’s ability to navigate the complexities of the Lloyd’s market and to execute on our purpose of making the market a better place.”

Meanwhile Ascot Group non-executive director Andrew Brooks, chairman of the LMA, also acknowledged the contributions of the previous board members, stating: “I would like to thank Rob Callan, Mark Graham, and Martyn Rodden for their dedication and support to the LMA’s mission and their contributions as board members.”

Existing members of the LMA board include Rob Anarfi (Beazley), Hugh Brennan (RenaissanceRe Syndicate), Paul Davenport (LMA), Cécile Fresneau (QBE), Theresa Froehlich (Aspen), Mark Gregory (AXIS), Lorraine Harfitt (Asta), Dominick Hoare (Munich Re), Elizabeth Jenkin (LMA), and Kate Markham (Hiscox).

Also part of the board are Sean McGovern (AXA XL), Alex Powell (AEGIS London), Arabella Ramage (LMA), Chris Rash (Talbot), Kate Roy (Canopius), Matthew Shaw (Tokio Marine Kiln), Sheel Sawhney (Brit), Christopher Smelt (Managing Agency Partners), Jane Warren (Liberty Specialty Markets), and Henry Withinshaw (Newline).

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