Arch appoints CRO

Arch Insurance International has announced the appointment of Tom Rivers as chief risk officer, with immediate effect.

Mr Rivers has extensive enterprise risk management and regulatory experience in corporate actuarial and risk management roles, gained over a 20-year career working in the insurance sector.

He joins the company from AXIS Managing Agency where he was CRO for nearly five years. Prior to that, he was CRO at Novae Group and previously held senior actuarial roles at PwC.

Commenting on the appointment, Hugh Sturgess, CEO of Arch Insurance International, said: “Tom is a highly respected authority on risk management. His extensive experience in embedding robust risk cultures and using a holistic view of landscape to guide strategic-level risk decisions is a welcome addition to our senior management team. I look forward to working with him to support the delivery of the business’s long-term needs and ambitions

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