​Paul Jardine acts as a Board Advisor at ECMS, contributing his expansive knowledge and experience from acting on the Boards of the Lloyd’s Market Association, The London Market Group and Asta Managing Agency. Paul also served for nine years as the Deputy Chairman of the Council of Lloyd’s, the body responsible for the management and supervision of the Lloyd’s Market.

Paul began his career as an actuary with Prudential Assurance Company Limited and brings to ECMS a wealth of experience from across the global (re)insurance industry, from strategic leadership, claims and distribution strategy as well as operations.

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