Brit Insurance Holdings has lined up Scott Egan as its next CFO.
The FTSE 250 company will ask its shareholders to approve the nomination of
Egan at an AGM to be held no later than January 2011.
“It is proposed that Scott Egan will replace Matthew Scales, who announced
intention to step down from his position as group Chief Financial Officer
earlier in the year,” Brit Insurance said
a statement to the City.
“Matthew Scales has agreed to remain with the Group until
Scott Egan joins to ensure an orderly handover of responsibilities.”
Egan joins Brit Insurance from Zurich Financial Services, where he held
various roles including group financial controller, based in Switzerland and UK
CFO of Zurich UK.
Brit Insurance CEO Dane Douetil added:”Scott’s technical credentials,
leadership skills and industry knowledge will be invaluable to the group as we
continue to build on our strong industry franchise.”
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