NN Group nominates Inga Beale for appointment to the Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board of NN Group has decided to nominate Inga Beale for appointment as member of NN Group’s Supervisory Board for a term of four years. This nomination has been made with the intention to further strengthen the composition of the Supervisory Board, with a specific focus on transformation processes.  

Inga Beale

Inga Beale (1963, British) has nearly 40 years of experience in international insurance and financial services, leading both publicly and privately owned businesses. She has a strong track record in digital and operational transformation, with a focus on performance and growth. Most recently, Inga was Chief Executive Officer of Lloyd’s of London, the world’s specialist insurance and reinsurance market.   

Prior to her role at Lloyd’s, Inga held a variety of executive roles, serving as Group Chief Executive Officer of Canopius Group Ltd, member of Group Management of Zurich Insurance Group Ltd, and Chief Executive Officer of former Converium Holding AG.  

Inga currently holds non-executive board positions at Mediclinic International plc, Crawford & Company, and London First.  

If appointed, Inga will also become a member of the Supervisory Board’s Risk Committee and Nomination and Corporate Governance Committee. 

The proposed appointment is supported by NN Group’s Central Works Council. The proposal for appointment will be submitted for adoption at the annual general meeting to be held on 20 May 2021 (AGM). The appointment is subject to approval by the Dutch Central Bank. 

Further information will be included in the convocation for the AGM, which will be available from 7 April 2021 at www.nn‐group.com.

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