Haasz to Leave Lloyd’s

April 26, 2007

Steven Haasz, Lloyd’s Director of market infrastructure & program management, will be leaving in July to join Prudential UK as Managing Director- Wholesale for the UK.

He joins a small, but select group of Lloyd’s senior executives, who have decided to seek their fortunes elsewhere over the last year, including Julian James, Lloyd’s Director Worldwide Markets, who will join Lockton at the end of this month.

Lloyd’s CEO, Richard Ward praised Haasz’ work at Lloyd’s over the past four years. He has been involved in “the establishment of the change management function and its successful role in driving and co-ordinating initiatives such as the implementation of ICAs, the subordinated debt issue and Lloyd’s China; and repositioning HR as a challenging business partner,” Ward noted.

He also singled out Haasz’ recent role in “shaping and improving Lloyd’s business processes, working with all parts of the market to achieve the contract certainty targets and to develop and successfully implement the ECF and A&S repositories leading to our business process agenda having what S&P has recently described as ‘unstoppable momentum’.”

Was this article valuable?

Here are more articles you may enjoy.