Amélie Breitburd, Chief Executive Officer; Director EMEA
Amélie brings more than 25 years of international insurance markets experience in finance, transformation, strategy and development, in a number of senior leadership and executive committee positions as well as board member roles in Hong Kong, mainland China, India, the UK and Ireland, including 16 years at AXA as Head of Group Strategic Planning & Controlling, Regional CFO for Asia and CFO for UK & Ireland. Prior years include roles at KPMG and Allianz.
Nicole Verheyen, Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee
Nicole Verheyen has been appointed as Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee. Ms. Verheyen has more than 20 years insurance industry experience, providing assurance services as an accredited auditor and qualified actuary at Ernst & Young (EY). As Financial Services Audit Partner at EY, Nicole has built up extensive experience in the audit of insurance companies and pension funds. Nicole currently holds the position of CFO and Employee Benefits Director at Concordia NV and holds a Board position at the Institute of Actuaries in Belgium (IABE). Nicole has significant experience in financial and actuarial reporting processes, internal control frameworks, internal audits, regulatory and compliance insurance engagements, due diligences, accounting advice, IFRS conversions, strategic decision-making and actuarial reviews. Ms. Verheyen is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) accredited by the National Bank of Belgium (NBB), and the Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) for the audit of (re)insurance companies and pension funds as well as an actuary qualified by the IABE.
Angela Crawford-Ingle, Member of the LIC Board of Directors and member of the LIC Audit and Risk Committee
Angela Crawford-Ingle currently holds the position of Chair of Audit Committee at Lloyd’s, River & Mercantile Group, TP ICAP plc., as well as Openwork (stepping down 31.07.2021). Angela has extensive experience from her previous role as a senior, high profile partner with PwC specialising in Financial Services with strong commercial and technical skills and a successful track record in developing businesses within PwC and in advising clients. Angela founded Ambre Partners established to provide strategic advice combined with operational and financial management.
In addition to her position Chairing Lloyd’s Audit Committee, Angela has market experience from her time at Beazley where she held the positions of Chair of the Group Audit and Risk Committee and Chair of the Audit Committee of the principal operating subsidiary, Beazley Furlonge Ltd, the UK regulated entity.
Peter Spires, General Counsel and Non-Executive Director
Peter is Lloyd’s General Counsel. Peter is responsible for the provision of all legal advice to the Corporation and its subsidiaries. Peter is also responsible for the Council Secretariat team which manages the affairs of the Council and the Franchise Board and their committees. Peter manages Lloyd’s relationship with the PRA and the FCA and is responsible for oversight of market conduct. Peter joined Lloyd’s in 1995 and worked on Lloyd’s Reconstruction and Renewal arrangements, Lloyd’s litigation, the Chairman’s Strategy Group (which led to the introduction of the Franchise Board) and all aspects of Lloyd’s affairs since. Peter is a qualified solicitor and previously worked in private practice. Peter holds a law degree and is married with one child.
Giles Taylor, Chief Risk Officer
Giles joined Lloyd’s in 2007 and was appointed Chief Risk Officer of Lloyd’s Europe in May 2018, with responsibility for risk governance, compliance and for Lloyd’s Europe’ regulatory affairs. He was previously Senior Manager in the Lloyd’s International Regulatory Affairs team and led the regulatory authorisation process for the new Belgian company. Prior to joining Lloyd’s, Giles worked for ACE (now Chubb) for ten years, gaining experience in the Lloyd’s and London company market environments. Giles is a Chartered Insurer and has a degree in History. He is married and has three children.
Bruno van Lierde, Chair of the Board and Chair of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee
Bruno van Lierde is Chair or the Board and Chair of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee for Lloyd’s Insurance Company S.A. Mr van Lierde previously held the position of Senior Partner and Managing Director of Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in Brussels. Bruno joined BCG in 1991, setting up the Brussels office in 1993 and becoming Chairman in 2006. He was a trusted advisor to CEOs and senior executives of financial institutions and insurance companies on issues of strategy, organisation and performance. He also advised industrial firms, transportation companies, principal investors and private equity firms. He was a member of the leadership team of BCG on People and Organisation. He has also previously held the position of Chairman of the Board for the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Belgium.
Jonathan May, Chief Financial Officer
Jonathan May began his career with Ernst & Young, then joined Lloyd’s in 2006, leading a number of teams across the finance function before relocating with his family to Shanghai in 2016 to take on the role of CFO and COO for the Greater China region before taking on the Asia Pacific Regional CFO role in December 2018. Jonathan was appointed International CEO for Lloyd’s effective 1 July 2020, responsible for Finance across Lloyd’s international network.
Caroline Dunn, Head Of Market Development, Lloyd's
Caroline has been leading the Market Development team since October 2020 and has responsibility for leading and supporting the global development of the Lloyd’s market and managing the executive engagement and relationships with managing agents, coverholders and brokers in London and globally. Caroline led the Underwriting team from September 2017 and had responsibility for underwriting performance of all of the product lines written at Lloyd’s. Prior to joining Lloyd’s Caroline was Product Director for Liability, Construction and Engineering at RSA UK and has held various underwriting roles within UK and Europe focusing on large and multinational risks.