RSA Insurance welcomes new chief data officer

Leader comes with two decades of insurance experience

RSA Insurance welcomes new chief data officer

Insurance News

By Abigail Adriatico

RSA Insurance has announced the appointment of Indhira Mani as its new chief data officer.

Discussing Mani’s addition to the insurer’s team, RSA’s chief information officer Ollie Holden highlighted how her appointment will benefit the firm.

“We’re at the point in the transformation of RSA where we’re ready to press the accelerator on our data strategy, so I’m excited to welcome Indhira to the team to help lead the charge,” said Holden.

Who is Indhira Mani?

Mani joins the insurer with two decades of experience in the insurance industry to her name. She has previously led several complex data and tech initiatives throughout her career. Before she joined RSA Insurance, Mani held the role of group head of data transformation at the Danske Bank.

Prior to this, she held various roles including as senior trade support consultant, data support governance & business analysis and senior project lead consultant for several financial services companies such as Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas, RBS, and Barclays.

In addition to being RSA’s new chief data officer, Mani is also a governing body member of the Garner Evanta CDAO network.

Mani expressed her excitement about taking on her new role.

“Ensuring we build good data practices and robust data foundation empowers our partners and brokers to excel in critical areas. By leveraging accurate, comprehensive, and well organised data, we can enhance risk assessment and underwriting processes,” she said.

“I’m excited to embark on this journey with RSA and look forward to collaborating with the talented team and lead initiatives that will shape the future of data driven solutions in insurance,” she added.

In her new role, Mani will report to Holden and will be tasked with leveraging data as a differentiator across the insurer’s business operations.

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