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FM Global announces senior leadership changes

3rd September 2021 - Author: Katie Baker

Commercial property insurer FM Global, has announced changes within its senior leadership team.

FM Global logoLyndon Broad has been appointed senior vice president, chief underwriting officer and will manage the company’s underwriting and reinsurance functions.

He previously was operations senior vice president of FM Global’s Boston operations. He succeeds Randall Hodge who was recently promoted to executive vice president, staff insurance operations.

Broad joined the mutual insurance company in 1995 as a loss prevention consultant in Brisbane, Australia.

He then undertook various roles in Seattle, Melbourne, Singapore and the United Kingdom before returning to Melbourne, Australia as claims manager.

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He went on to head FM Global’s middle market unit, AFM, in Sydney before being appointed vice president and manager of FM Global’s Australian operations.

David Johnson has been named senior vice president, chief client experience officer and will oversee client experience, market relations, marketing and the company’s business risk consulting group. Most recently, he was operations senior vice president of FM Global’s Atlanta operations.

Since joining the company in 1990, Johnson has held various positions in FM Global’s Seattle branch office, Dallas operations, Stockholm branch and Singapore.

He started his career as a loss prevention consultant and moved on to assume numerous engineering, client service, operations and management roles of increasing responsibility including regional senior vice president and manager of FM Global’s Asia operations.

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