Lloyd’s announced that its chief commercial officer, Vincent Vandendael, has decided to leave the corporation after almost six years. He will be moving to Everest Insurance as CEO of International Insurance in early 2019.
A Lloyd’s representative explained that the chief commercial officer position is an executive committee role and therefore Vandendael’s replacement will be made by the new Lloyd’s CEO after Inga Beale leaves the market next year. Meanwhile, interim arrangements will be put in place, said the representative in an emailed statement.
Vandendael joined Lloyd’s in December 2012 and served as Chief Commercial Officer of all commercial developments. He also leads the global network of 31 offices that support Lloyd’s licenses to operate in more than 200 locations worldwide.
In the role of Lloyd, Vandendael became a champion for Lloyd’s innovations on the market and at the same time influenced the establishment of Lloyd’s affiliate in Brussels, which will be opened in 2019 before the UK’s European Union exit. .
As Lloyd’s plans go forward, he will work with the team over the next few months to change his responsibilities.
The spokesman added: Vandendael Lloyd added “for a few months and we will work with him to change his responsibilities …”
“Lloyd’s international network has evolved under Vincent’s leadership. While our CEO, Beale, builds and develops Lloyd’s assets in China, Dubai and Singapore, and has gained new licenses in countries such as Lloyd, UK, Colombia and India, we have seen strong and steady growth in resident areas such as the US.
“Vincent has flew Lloyd’s flame energetically and enthusiastically in every corner of the world in the past six years. It will be very much missed by everyone in the market and Lloyd. I have enjoyed working with Vincent and I wish every success in my new success. ”
Vandendael said: “Lloyd’s is a tremendous global brand and a privilege to work with such a talented and determined team over the past six years. Despite deciding not to decide, I look forward to seeing that Lloyd’s market continues to go from strength to strength in the coming years. “
Vandendael’s release date will be verified over time.
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