Articles - Xchanging Broking Services Appoints Fiduciary Lead

 Xchanging has appointed Kevin Ahern as Fiduciary Lead for its broking services business, XBS. Kevin reports directly to Barry Milchem, XBS Operations Director.

 In his new role Kevin will be responsible for assisting the broking services’ leadership team in defining the fiduciary accounting operating model and developing solutions to improve its efficiency and effectiveness. Kevin has previously held a number of senior positions within the fiduciary accounting arena within the Lloyd’s broking market, most recently as Managing Director of Accounting & Settlement Services at Willis and previously as Head of Insurance Broking Accounting at JLT.

 Barry Milchem, XBS Operations Director comments: “I am pleased to announce that Kevin Ahern has joined us. He will be working closely with me and providing new ideas and fresh challenges as we extend the profile of our broking capabilities into the London market and beyond.”

 Kevin Ahern added: “I am delighted to have joined an organisation with such an excellent track record in the Insurance industry. Xchanging is well placed to help form and drive the growing change agenda and I am excited to have the opportunity to play a part at a point where the impetus for change is so apparent across the industry.”

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