QBE Group chief executive Pat Regan has announced a number of changes to its group executive committee.
Mr Regan announced that, after two years as group chief operations officer, David McMillan had decided to take on a chief executive opportunity in the UK.
“During his time with QBE, David has played an important role in establishing the strategy of a stronger, simpler, more future-focused QBE. He has built leadership strength across our operations and mapped out our transformation, cost efficiency, IT and digital & innovation agendas,” said Mr Regan.
The move by Mr McMillan has led to a number of organisational changes said Mr Regan, with Margaret Murphy, current group chief human resources officer to take on a broadened role as group executive, people and change.
Group chief information officer Matt Mansour who joined QBE in 2018 will also join the group executive committee said Mr Regan.
“I am delighted to welcome Matt to the GEC and look forward to his contribution as we further enhance our technology capabilities.
Both Mr Mansour’s and Ms Murphy’s new roles will take effect over the coming weeks as Mr McMillan provides transition support.
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