Bupa, the international healthcare group, has confirmed Keith Jackson as its Group Chief Risk Officer. Keith will take up the role formally on 5 September and will report to the Acting Group Finance Director, Neil Taylor. He will be responsible for the Bupa Group's risk, compliance, financial crime and actuarial functions.
Keith will also play a key role in managing the implementation of Solvency II. Keith has a long track record in corporate governance, having worked for a number of multi-national businesses across a variety of sectors, including financial services and utilities. He rejoins Bupa having previously worked at the company. He has also served in similar roles at AEGON and Aviva.
Announcing Keith's appointment, Bupa Acting Group Finance Director, Neil Taylor, said: We are delighted to welcome Keith back to Bupa. He knows the company well, having already served as our Chief Risk Officer for two years. Keith is respected by our Board and our regulators, and his appointment will bring continuity to our approach to risk and Solvency II. Keith Jackson added: I am excited to be rejoining Bupa. I look forward to working to ensure that all risk assurance activity continues to support the goals of the businesses across the world.
IPMI Magazine Breaking News Online August 2011
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