’There remains a great deal’ to do across the market, he says
Bruce Carnegie-Brown has been once again named Lloyd’s of London chairman – confirming his third term in the role,
He will now serve as chairman until June 2025.
Carnegie-Brown said: “It has been a privilege to serve as Lloyd’s chairman over the last five years and I am honoured to be reappointed.
“There remains a great deal that we still need to do across the market and corporation to build on the progress that we made together in recent years and I am grateful for the opportunity to continue doing so.”
Carnegie-Brown was originally appointed in June 2017 and has set the direction of Lloyd’s progress against four strategic pillars – performance, digitalisation, culture and purpose.
John Neal, Lloyd’s of London’s chief executive, said: “I am delighted that Carnegie-Brown and Lloyd’s council have agreed this re-appointment for another term. It is a welcome affirmation from Carnegie-Brown of his commitment to Lloyd’s and will provide the leadership team with continuity as it delivers on Lloyd’s strategy.
“His guidance and tenacity has seen Lloyd’s through some challenging times and we are now in a strong position to build on the gains made in recent years.”