Insurance Institute of London appoints as Julian Enoizi president

Alongside new deputy president

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Insurance Institute of London appoints as Julian Enoizi president

The Insurance Institute of London (IIL) has appointed Julian Enoizi as its new president and Christopher Lay, chief exeecutive of Marsh UK and Ireland, as deputy president.

Enoizi is chief executive of terrorism risk insurer Pool Re, and is responsible for repositioning the organisation and renegotiating its relationship with HM Treasury. He also sits on the advisory board of the OCED International Network on the Financial Management of Large-scale catastrophe and the CBI's Financial Services Council. Lay, who has been appointed deputy, brings 30-years' experience with global insurance broker and risk adviser Marsh, which includes various senior leadership...

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