Allied World appoints Luck to board

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  • New director: Fiona Luck has joined Allied World's board

    New director: Fiona Luck has joined Allied World's board

Global insurance and reinsurance firm Allied World has appointed two new directors — including a director of the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA).

Fiona Luck, who has held a series of senior positions in Bermuda, will be joined on the board by Patricia Guinn, former managing director of risk and financial services at Towers Watson.

Ms Luck serves on the BMA’s audit and risk management committee, its human capital committee and non-executive directors committee.

She is also a former board member of the Catlin Group, leaving when the company merged with XL in May.

Ms Luck was executive vice-president and chief of staff of XL Group from June 2006 to 2009 and later served as special adviser to the chief executive officer until 2010.

From 1999 to 2006, she held various top posts at XL, including executive vice-president of group operations and interim chief financial officer.

Earlier, she worked at Ace Bermuda, leaving as executive vice-president of joint ventures and strategic alliances.

She also worked at Marsh & McLennan’s Bermuda operation in various roles.

Allied World provides property, casualty and speciality insurance and reinsurance from its worldwide network of offices, including one in Hamilton.

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Published Dec 10, 2015 at 8:00 am (Updated Dec 9, 2015 at 10:23 pm)

Allied World appoints Luck to board

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