Insurer Thomas Miller P&I, has announced a series of senior management changes, including CFO Andrew Taylor becoming chief executive on May 1, replacing Hugo Wynn-Williams.

Mr Wynn-Williams will retain his position as chairman, as well as chairman of the insurer’s owner, Thomas Miller Holdings, and chief actuary Nigel de Silva becomes CFO.

Mr Taylor and Mr Wynn-Williams, who joined Thomas Miller in 1978,  have worked closely together for four years, which will ensure a smooth handover in the coming months, said the company.

Mr Taylor joined Thomas Miller as financial controller of UK P&I Club from accountancy firm KPMG and became CFO in July 2014.

Mr Wynn-Williams said: “I’m confident that under Andrew’s leadership, the management team will take the club forward to meet the challenges of the future to continue to deliver a first-class service to the members.”

There is just one woman on the management board of Thomas Miller Holdings, representing less than 10% of directors. The government’s target for companies was 25% by 2015. 

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