The Geneva Association has announced the elections of three top insurance CEOs as new members of its board.
Michel Khalaf, president and CEO, MetLife, Anna Manning, president and CEO,Reinsurance Group of America (RGA) and John Neal, Lloyd’s of London CEO have all joined the board with effect from 10 June.
Khalaf has been President and CEO of MetLife and a Geneva Association member since May 2019. Manning joined RGA in 2007 and became president in 2015 and the CEO in 2017. She has been a Geneva Association member since 2017.
Meanwhile, Neal was appointed the CEO of Lloyd’s of London in October 2018 and has been a Geneva Association member since 2013.
Charles Brindamour, chairman of The Geneva Association, said: “I would like to welcome Michel Khalaf, Anna Manning and John Neal to the Geneva Association board of directors. I look forward to working with them to address the challenges before our industry and advance The Geneva Association’s important mission to promote insurance as a force for good.”
Khalaf added: “What we do as an industry forms a vital part of the social safety net and provides financial security for people across the world. In these challenging times, The Geneva Association will play a key role in shaping the conversation around risk, regulation and the future of insurance. I am honoured to join its board of directors.”
Manning said: “As insurers and reinsurers, we strive to protect people and businesses during their most challenging times. The sheer scale of Covid-19 has made abundantly clear the responsibility and purpose of the insurance industry. The Geneva Association’s work to highlight insurance’s contributions to societal resilience is therefore more important than ever, and it is an honour to be a part of it.”
Neal added: “The Geneva Association is unique among think tanks for its deep understanding of the insurance industry, enabled by regular, meaningful interactions with its insurance CEO members. I look forward to helping guide the organisation’s ambitious research agenda on global risks, so that we can really impact society.”