Lloyd’s introduces new management construction


Under the new leadership structure, Keese will assume additional technology and operations responsibilities as part of his COO role, while retaining CFO responsibilities.

“Throughout the pandemic, Jen’s leadership has been critical in rapidly building flexible solutions that have enabled the company and the marketplace to continue operating effectively,” said Chief Executive Officer John Neal. “Jen has laid a strong foundation to underpin Blueprint Two’s future success, and we have now announced a new operating structure to best position us to thrive and achieve our goals.”

Responsibility for delivering Blueprint Two will rest on the shoulders of Bob James, Director of Market Transformation, who joined Lloyd’s in June last year.

In his new role, James will be tasked, according to Lloyd’s, to “drive the uptake and adoption of Future at Lloyd’s products and services and … drive the strategic vision as it moves from planning to the critical execution and deployment phase.” Explanation.

“It has been both a privilege and a pleasure to support the company and the Lloyd’s market in its modernization journey,” said Rigby. “Together we have made solid progress and this has enabled the market to seamlessly adapt to remote working during the pandemic.”

“I am pleased to have brought the design and concepts of Blueprint Two to a point where we are ready to execute on a set and contracted plan,” she continued. “Thank you to the many market leaders who have worked tirelessly to support the digitization journey and to my team and colleagues at Lloyd’s who have also contributed to an amazing five years.”

The insurance marketplace has been building on its digital strategy since early 2020, with Blueprint Two first unveiled in November of the same year. As part of the program, Lloyd’s aims to transition from largely implementing paper-based processes to adopting an automated and data-centric system.

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