Insurance form Lloyd’s has announced that its performance management director, Jon Hancock, will step down from the position in 2020.
The firm said Hancock’s “ground-breaking” and market leading approach has “reset the performance agenda”, and in 2019 he also took the lead on ‘Blueprint One’ as part of the Future at Lloyd’s strategy to create the “world’s most advanced insurance marketplace”.
Hancock said: “Working with the Lloyd’s market has been a personal and career highlight.
“I have enjoyed my time here and I am proud of what my team and the market have achieved: the foundations have been set for the Lloyd’s market to return to world class underwriting performance and the Future at Lloyd’s sets out a compelling strategic vision.”
He added:“As I enter my fourth year at Lloyd’s it feels like the right time to pass on the baton and explore new opportunities.”
Lloyd’s has also announced the appointment of Julia Tyson as its new chief human resources officer with immediate effect. The firm said Tyson is a “highly experienced” HR Director with “proven abilities” to develop, lead and deliver people and culture strategies.
Tyson said: “The opportunity to join Lloyd’s at this point in its evolution is utterly compelling: the exciting elements of business transformation, culture change, leadership and talent development are all areas I care deeply about.
“My passion is to create a high engagement and high performing culture and I am looking forward to working with John Neal and my new colleagues to take Lloyd’s forward.”
John Neal, Lloyd’s CEO, added: “I am thrilled to welcome Julia to Lloyd’s. Her expertise and experience will be vital as we work towards creating the high performing culture the Future at Lloyd’s will demand.
“Welcoming Jo to the executive team recognises the contribution she has made to date. Together with Julia, we will have increased diversity of skills on the Executive Team that I am sure will benefit Lloyd’s.”