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Hampden names Lord Strathclyde as a non-executive director

14th October 2021 - Author: Katie Baker

Hampden Agencies has appointed Lord Tom Strathclyde as a non-executive director to its board.

HampdenStrathclyde is a British businessman and former politician who served in the British Cabinet as Leader of the House of Lords and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

He has developed a wide range of experience and knowledge in advising many British company boards, which include Raytheon UK, JCB, PwC and Ferrero, the Italian confectionery company.

Neil Smith, CEO of Hampden Agencies, said: “The HAL Board and I are delighted by Tom’s appointment. He has an exceptional and broad range of expertise that make him an excellent addition to the Board.

“As a highly knowledgeable non-executive director, Tom’s insights will be invaluable in further strengthening the Board as the market continues to navigate through this turbulent and exciting period.”

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Strathclyde added: “I started my career in insurance broking 40 years ago and it is a real pleasure to be back in the market, on the board of this top-rated Lloyd’s based business.

“Hampden has an enviable reputation in the industry and is set to take advantage of market conditions over the next few years. I am delighted to be part of it.”

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