It’s been revealed today (February 22) that Clare Lebecq’s (pictured) reign as London Market Group (LMG) chief executive is coming to an end when she steps down on April 30 to join an insurance intermediary.
According to the trade body, Lebecq is making the switch to Specialist Risk Group where she will serve as group chief operating officer.
“Clare has achieved a tremendous amount for the LMG during her time as CEO,” commented LMG chair Matthew Moore. “We are now seen as a genuine partner with the UK government, looking at trade and regulatory opportunities beyond Brexit, and a sustained campaign of market promotion has been built internationally.
“She has also led a number of projects on future skills and market modernisation that will be invaluable as the market considers the return to work in the aftermath of the pandemic. We would like to thank Clare for her contribution and leadership over the last two years and wish her all the best in her future role.”
Announcing the LMG’s chief executive hunt, Moore said they are fine-tuning the market-wide body’s agenda and will be searching for candidates to take the LMG through its next stage of development.