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CII names Julie Page as president

  • Publish Date: Posted almost 4 years ago
  • Author:by Alan Jarque

Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has appointed Aon’s UK chief executive officer Julie Page as president.

Page has worked in the insurance industry for more the three decades with clients across all segments including Consumer, SME, UK and Global Corporate.

She was appointed CEO of Aon UK Ltd in 2018 and directly leads Aon’s UK Commercial Risk, Health and Affinity businesses.

She is a member of the CBI President’s Committee, a member of the FCA Practitioner Panel and an industry advocate for diversity and inclusion, previously holding roles as a committee member of Inclusion@Lloyd’s and the Dive In Festival.

Page was previously a non-executive board director at BIBA, as the chair of one of its Advisory Boards, and more recently as deputy chair until standing down in July 2019.

Additionally, Peter Blanc was appointed to the role of deputy president. Blanc is Group CEO of Aston Lark, and non-executive chairman of Hastings Insurance Services Ltd.

Page and Blanc took up their roles after the CII extended the term of former President Nick Turner, sales and agency director of NFU Mutual, after it was forced to delay its annual AGM due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

Page said: “At any time, it would be a privilege to be appointed as president of the CII; but now, with the unprecedented health crisis and economic interruption caused by Covid-19, the need for us to continue to focus on trust in our products and services increases both the privilege and responsibility I feel in accepting this honour.

“The opportunity to work with the best minds from all sides of our profession, to gain recognition of the valuable work that we already do, and to find ways to accelerate our efforts to respond to customer needs is something I am extremely excited about.”

Sian Fisher, CEO of the Chartered Insurance Institute, added: “I would like to thank Nick for extending his tenure as President during these challenging times and for his focus on building a greater level of consumer trust in our profession.

“I would also like to offer him the CII’s congratulations on his recent appointment as the next Group CEO of NFU Mutual to succeed after the retirement of the current CEO next April.

“I am delighted to have Julie as our new president and look forward to working with her on how our profession can unite to best serve society, both now and during less stressful times.”