Articles - MGM Advantage appoints new Chief Risk Officer


David Gulland joins the Executive Team and Board

 MGM Advantage, the retirement income specialist, today announces the appointment of David Gulland to the Executive Team and Board as Chief Risk Officer, with effect from Monday 26th September 2011. He will be responsible for the investment, finance, actuarial, compliance and risk management functions at MGM Advantage.

 David moves to MGM Advantage from Reinsurance Group of America's ("RGA") UK and Irish business, where he is Managing Director. Prior to joining RGA, David was an Associate Partner of the Actuarial and Insurance Solutions business at Deloitte. He has extensive experience within the UK life insurance industry having worked with a diverse portfolio of clients. This experience has involved numerous statutory roles as Actuarial Function Holder and Reviewing Actuary, as well as providing strategic advice to boards on corporate transactions, product development and the implications of regulatory change.

 Chris Evans, Chief Executive Officer, MGM Advantage comments on the appointment: "We are delighted that David will be joining the Executive Team and Board as Chief Risk Officer. Having David on board will be a real asset as we enter the next phase of our agenda to deliver growth and member value.

 David brings a mix of technical skills, a hands-on approach and wide experience which are a tremendous match for the ethos and ambition of our organisation.

 David frequently speaks on the insurance conference circuit, both on technical actuarial matters and also on strategic developments and product issues.
 
 "David Gulland said: "I'm looking forward to being part of such an innovative and successful team that brings genuinely meaningful solutions to the market."

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