Lloyd’s of London
1 Lime Street
This event is invitation only.
Inga Beale DBE
Chief Executive Officer, Lloyd’s
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Inga Beale was appointed Chief Executive Officer in January 2014. Previously she was Group Chief Executive of Canopius with its principal operations at Lloyd’s. Prior to that she spent four years with Zurich Insurance Group, including a period as Global Chief Underwriting Officer. She was Group CEO of Swiss reinsurer Converium Ltd and while there, she led a major turnaround of the business before it was acquired by SCOR in 2007. She started her career as a reinsurance underwriter with Prudential before spending 14 years in a variety of international roles for GE Insurance Solutions. She is a Member of the UK Government’s Financial Services Trade and Investment Board, the UK Department for Education’s Business Advisory Group, the London Mayor’s Business Advisory Board, the Geneva Association Board, and is President of the UK Chartered Insurance Institute. Inga is also a member of the UK Government’s Public Service Leadership Taskforce.
Director of Advisory Board, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies
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Andrew is a Founder and Director of the Centre for Risk Studies’ External Advisory Board, and Senior Vice President at Risk Management Solutions, the leading provider of catastrophe risk models to the insurance industry. He is also a Fellow of Cambridge Judge Business School.
Head of Innovation, Lloyd’s
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Trevor Maynard was appointed Head of Exposure Management and Reinsurance at Lloyd’s in 2011. Prior to this, he was Manager of Emerging Risks and an Actuary at Lloyd’s. He was educated at the University of Warwick and received a doctorate in Statistics from the London School of Economics.
Academic Director, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies and Professor of Operations Research, Cambridge Judge Business School
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Professor Daniel Ralph is a Founder and Academic Director of the Centre for Risk Studies, Professor of Operations Research at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, and a Fellow of Churchill College. Daniel’s research interests include identification and management of systemic risk, risk aversion in investment, economic equilibria models and optimisation methods. Management stress test, via selection and construction of catastrophe scenarios, is one focus of his work in the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies. Another is the role and expression of risk management within organisations. Daniel engages across scientific and social science academia, a variety of commercial and industrial sectors, and government policy making. He was Editor-in-Chief of Mathematical Programming (Series B) from 2007-2013.