Lloyd’s insurer Mitsui Sumitomo has appointed Martin Burke as chief risk officer.
Burke will head up the actuarial and risk management functions supporting risk identification, quantification and management.
He was previously employed as finance risk manager within the enterprise risk management team at Catlin.
Mitsui Sumitomo also appointed Mark West, previously of Navigators, to the role of chief corporate actuary and Melanie Cooper, previously of QBE, to chief actuary – underwriting. Ayan, previously of PwC, was also recently appointed head of risk management.
“Risk management has always been a key element of our management responsibilities.
However, by investing in recruiting four more experienced market practitioners, Mitsui Sumitomo at Lloyd’s has created a robust team that will be make an even greater contribution to the growth and profitability of the business going forward,” said John Roome, chief financial officer at Mitsui Sumitomo.