Frank O'Neill departs Swiss Re

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Frank O'Neill, Swiss RE CEO for UK & Ireland
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Frank O'Neill, Swiss RE CEO for UK & Ireland

He served as CEO for Swiss Re UKI since 2016

Swiss Re CEO for UK & Ireland announced his departure from the reinsurer on 4 September, in order to pursue opportunities outside of the company. Frank O'Neill has been with Swiss Re since 1998, during which time he has worked across a broad range of roles including regional head for South East Asia, client executive for key North American clients in the global team and head of Africa and the Middle East. Most recently, he acted as CEO of Swiss Re UK; a role he took on in 2016. Russell Higginbotham,...

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