TIH names new chief financial officer

He brings over three decades of expertise to the role

TIH names new chief financial officer

Insurance News

By Kenneth Araullo

TIH has announced the appointment of Mike Conway (pictured above) as chief financial officer, effective June 10.

Conway, an executive with over 30 years of experience in global finance and operations, will provide strategic and operational leadership across the company’s business.

In his new role, Conway will oversee TIH’s financial operations, including financial planning, accounting and controls, treasury, and tax strategy. He will also contribute to the company’s broader business functions.

Conway previously served as chief accounting officer and corporate controller at another major insurance brokerage firm, where he enhanced control, efficiency, and transparency in the finance operation through systems implementations, data standards, M&A finance modeling and integration, and cost-saving redesigns of financial processes.

Before that, he spent 13 years with Thomson Reuters, holding positions such as CFO-Asia, CFO-global sales and service, and global head of sales operations, learning and effectiveness.

Conway earned his MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business, graduating magna cum laude, and his undergraduate degree in business administration from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

TIH CEO John Howard commented on Conway’s appointment, highlighting his background in finance, change management, and systems implementation.

“He has been responsible for business transformations globally, including within the insurance brokerage industry. Mike is committed to our vision of being the company that attracts and inspires the world’s most talented insurance professionals,” Howard said.

TIH Insurance Holdings, LLC, based in Charlotte, NC, operates more than 200 offices with nearly 10,000 employees through its portfolio of wholesale, retail, and insurance services businesses.

In other recent developments, Truist Financial Corporation has announced the completion of the sale of its remaining stake in TIH to an investor group led by private equity firms Stone Point Capital and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice.

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