Henrique Meirelles, who was appointed to the Council of Lloyd’s in April 2013, has stepped down from his role following his appointment as Brazilian Minister of Finance.
John Nelson, Chairman of Lloyd’s, said: “Consequent upon his appointment as the Finance Minister in Brazil, Henrique has stood down as a member of the Council of Lloyd’s.”
“I would like to thank Henrique for his thoughtful insight and advice during his term on the Council. We are delighted he has been appointed as Finance Minister in the Brazilian government. I want to congratulate him and we wish him every success in this new role.”
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