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Gan and Lombard to have joint executive

French insurance giant Groupama-Gan has restructured its UK businesses under a joint executive team.


The insurer which owns both Lombard Insurance Group and Gan plans to integrate their executive teams from each of the companies, with Tony Lancaster becoming chairman and chief executive.


Lombard General&#39s managing director Kenneth Maciver will assume the role for the UK business.


New recruits Tim Ablett is set to join the group in August from Royal & SunAlliance. He will have responsibility of personal lines business which includes general insurance such as home or car protection.


Gan director Stephen Hartigan will assume control of commercial lines, reinsurance, purchasing and city commercial operations.

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