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Julian Enoizi is a multi-lingual chief executive experienced in leading challenging turnarounds within the insurance industry – Lloyd’s, UK and continental Europe. His strength is executive roles at companies requiring radical shifts in performance to be achieved through the application of analytical and change management skills. This has required the resolution of complex multi-disciplinary problems in uncertain conditions with a fast-paced, results-oriented, collaborative approach, encouraging shared vision and commitment.
Julian is currently the CEO of Pool Re, the Government backed terrorism reinsurer operating as a public/private partnership. His mandate was to bring fresh perspective to an organisation that had changed little since its formation in 1993. He has presided over dramatic advancements to the organisation and its future strategic direction. In 2016 Pool Re lead the creation of the International Forum of Risk Pools comprising 14 nations and was recognised with an award for Reinsurance Company of the year.
A lawyer who practiced in London, Milan and Brussels, he joined Chubb Insurance in 1995 and AIG in 2000 before moving to CNA in 2002 as President Continental Europe in Paris. He was made CEO of CNA in 2005. In 2009 he became CEO of Argo International and most recently was CEO of the private equity start-up, ProSight at Lloyd’s. He is an active speaker at conferences worldwide.
Julian sits on the Advisory Board of the OECD International Network on the Management of Catastrophes. He previously Chaired the City Forum and the Prince’s Trust Insurance Leadership Group. He is a member of the Young Presidents Organisation. In 2010 he was awarded Freedom of the City and became a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Insurers.
Julian is a graduate of the Universities of Birmingham and Limoges, holding an LLB (Hons) degree in Law and a Diplome D’Etudes Juridiques Francaises. He is fluent in French and Italian.
Member of Lloyd’s Golf Club and Glyndebourne.