Articles - Rosie Harris appointed Chief Risk Officer at Friends Life


 Friends Life has appointed Rosie Harris as Chief Risk Officer. She will report directly to Andy Briggs, Chief Executive Officer and be a member of the Group Executive Committee. She is expected to join the company during April.

 Rosie Harris will be responsible for managing the broad strategic and operational risk management and governance framework for Friends Life group and maintaining a strong relationship with regulators.

 Rosie Harris joins Friends Life from Lloyds Banking Group where between March 2009 and May 2011 she was Chief Risk Officer for the Insurance Division. She was appointed Managing Director, General Insurance at Lloyds Banking Group in May 2011. Prior to Lloyds Banking Group she was Group Director Risk at Old Mutual plc and Chief Operating Officer at Prudential (UK and Europe) before that.

 Andy Briggs, Chief Executive Officer said:

 "I am delighted that Rosie is joining Friends Life. She will maintain and enhance the necessary rigour, control and oversight to Friends Life's operations as we continue to grow and develop our business through the challenges presented by today's market conditions. I'm looking forward to working closely with Rosie as we take Friends Life on the strategic journey set out last year."

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