The finance director and acting chief executive of Lloyd’s of London, the
world’s largest insurance market, is understood to have ruled himself out of the
running for the permanent role.
Luke Savage, who has filled the role since Nick Prettejohn left last month to
take the helm at Prudential, is not believed to want the job full time, sparking
a hunt for Prettejohn’s replacement, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Charles Roxburgh, the head of UK financial institutions practice at McKinsey
& Co, tops the expected shortlist of candidates, although former Lloyd’s FD
Andrew Moss, currently holding the same role at life assurer Aviva, is being
touted as another potential name.
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