UK - Jim Randall (pictured) and Barry Sanjana have joined the board of Reliance Muitual.
Previously, Randall was deputy general manager at reinsurance group Munich Re, general manager of the UK life and health division of Liberty Re and managing director of the life and health arm of Gen-eralCologne Re’s UK operation.
Sanjana has previously worked for Royal Insurance Asset Management, Comm-ercial Union Investment Man-agement and more recently was director and chief investment officer at Friends Ivory & Sime.
Reliance Mutual chief executive Les Etheridge said: “We have a clear strategy on how Reliance Mutual will be positioned during the next phase of its development and to achieve that we must be able to have the counsel of individuals who have gained real industry experience.”
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