Wade named as new President of Jardine Lloyd Thomson's Latin America operations

Vyvienne Wade has been appointed President of Jardine Lloyd Thompson's operations in Latin America and will assume the new role of European Chairman on March 1st, an update from the company has disclosed.

Vyvienne Wade has been appointed President of Jardine Lloyd Thompson's operations in Latin America and will assume the new role of European Chairman on March 1st, an update from the company has disclosed.

The FTSE 250 risk specialist and employee benefits consultancy added that Wade would retain her roles as Group General Counsel, Chairman of JLT Insurance Management and non-Executive Director of Lloyd & Partners.

As well as Wade's appointment, the group announced that Mike Methley had been appointed as the new Chief Execeutive Officer of Latin America operations.

He is expected to take up the new role on March 1st alongside his existing position as Chief Operating Officer.

Dominic Burke, Group Chief Executive Officer of JLT, said: "Under Vyvienne Wade's leadership, our LATAM p[Latin American] businesses have grown significantly over the past five years to become an important part of the Group.

"Vyvienne's new role will enable us to bring additional focus to our European portfolio, where we have made a number of important investments over the past few years. At the same time, Mike Methley's emerging markets and operational experience will help drive the next phase of growth in LATAM."

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