Bruce Carnegie-Brown has been re-appointed as chairman of Lloyd’s of London for a third term, which will run from June 2022 to June 2025.
Carnegie-Brown has made the corporation’s strategy decisions and overseen the market’s strong success against its four strategic pillars: performance, digitization, culture, and purpose, since his appointment as Lloyd’s chairman in 2017. He is also the chairman of Cuvva, an auto insurance app, and the Marylebone Cricket Club, in addition to being the chairman of Lloyd’s.
Carnegie-advice Brown’s and persistence, according to Lloyd’s CEO John Neal, guided the company through some difficult periods over the last five years, putting it in a solid position to capitalise on recent successes.
“I am overjoyed that Bruce and Lloyd’s Council have reached an agreement on this re-appointment for a second term.” “It’s a welcome validation of Bruce’s commitment to Lloyd’s, and it will give continuity to the leadership team as it executes the Lloyd’s plan,” Neal said.
“It has been a delight to serve as Lloyd’s chairman for the last five years, and I am thrilled to be re-appointed,” Carnegie-Brown said of his re-appointment and ambitions for Lloyd’s. We still have a lot of work to do throughout the market and within the company to build on the progress we’ve made together in recent years, and I’m glad for the opportunity to do so.”