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20th June 2018
Two new committee chairs at LIIBA-involved in modernisation of London Market
Two of the London and International Insurance Brokers’ Association’s (LIIBA) committees have named new chairs. Both committees are actively involved in the modernisation work to make London an easier place to do business, particularly PPL, data standards and data submission.
Sarah Pepiatt, delegated authority director at Capsicum Delegated Authority, takes over the chair of Binders, Offslips and Lineslips Team(BOLT). She replaces Rod Joyce of Ed Broking who chaired the group for four years.
Steve Williams, head of digital at JLT Specialty, becomes chair of the Broker Placing and Electronic Development group (BPED). He takes over from Richard Clifford of Miller who chaired the ground for over five years.
Both Joyce and Clifford will continue to support LIIBA and participate in various committees.
LIIBA’s chief executive Christopher Croft, comments “We’re very pleased that Sarah and Steve have agreed to take on these important roles. Both of these committees are heavily involved in the modernisation of the London Market so it is vital they continue to progress with their work.
I’d also like to thank Rod and Richard for the exceptional jobs they’ve done over the last few years. It’s good to know they’ll continue to play an active part in the life of LIIBA.”
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