Lloyd’s has appointed Neil Maidment from Beazley Plc as an independent non-executive of the board with effect from February 2019. The new appointment, for an initial term of three years, will be effective once Maidment’s term of office on the Council of Lloyd’s comes to an end on Jan. 31.
After a 34-year career in the insurance industry, Maidment will be retiring from Beazley Plc in December 2018.
He has spent most of his career at Beazley where, during the last decade, he has held the role of chief underwriting officer with responsibility for the group’s underwriting strategy. He is active underwriter for Beazley’s six syndicates.
In 2011 he was elected to the board of the Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA) and was appointed LMA chairman in November 2015. In February 2016 he became a member of the Council of Lloyd’s.
After graduating from St Edmund Hall, Oxford, he began his career at Lloyds in 1984, writing non-marine treaty. He joined Beazley Furlonge in 1990 and was appointed to the board in 1993.
Source: Lloyd’s, Beazley, Lloyd’s Market Association and Bloomberg Financial Sector Website
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