Lloyd’s appoints new CEO for Asia

Lloyd’s has reportedly appointed Pavlos Spyropoulos as its new CEO of Asia, and Country Manager for Singapore.

Spyropoulos is replacing Angela Kelly in the role, who is stepping down following nearly 4 years in the role.

Spyropoulos has more than 12 years of experience at Lloyd’s and a deep understanding of the APAC (re)insurance markets, having worked in a number of senior roles at Lloyd’s following his completion of the Lloyd’s graduate scheme in 2008, reports Lloyd’s in a press release.

In 2014, he relocated to Singapore to assume responsibility for Lloyd’s Asia’s Market Development function and lead several strategic initiatives in Asia Pacific, before becoming Head of Market Development for Lloyd’s in Asia Pacific in 2019. In this role, he has been responsible for working with Lloyd’s regional network to develop the market’s presence, strategy, and stakeholder management in the Asia Pacific.

In his new role he will report to Iain Ferguson, Regional Director APAC and President of Lloyd’s Japan.

“I am particularly pleased that we have been able to fill this position with one of our own team through internal promotion. I know that Pavlos is looking forward to the challenge of his new role and I wish him the best of luck,” said Ferguson.

Pavlos Spyropoulos, CEO, Asia and Country Manager, Singapore, Lloyd's, said: “Lloyd’s Asia is a key distribution hub for the Lloyd’s market in Asia Pacific, providing our brokers and clients in the region with local access to the specialist products and expertise we are renowned for. I am looking forward to working closely with our market to support their development plans and introducing solutions developed under The Future at Lloyd’s strategy as we continue to be the platform of choice for specialist (re)insurance in the region.”