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Hogg quits FSA to join reinsurer

FSA insurance sector director Ken Hogg is leaving to join reinsurer RGA as chief actuary and financial officer for the UK.

He joined the FSA in July 2009 from an interim role as chief financial officer at MGM Advantage. He was previously chief operating officer at AIG Life and spent 20 years at Aegon, holding roles as senior actuary, marketing director, director of industry development at Aegon UK and sales and marketing director at Aegon India.

RGA UK managing director David Gulland says: “I am thrilled that Ken will be joining us. He brings a wealth of technical knowledge, industry experience and global contacts to RGA. Ken’s attributes will help us and our clients make the most of the opportunities brought about by the rapidly evolving life insurance market.”

Hogg says: “I am looking forward to returning to the industry and helping RGA and their clients manage their way through the challenges ahead.”



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