JOHNSTON, R.I., USA—FM Global, one of the world’s largest business property insurers, has announced a number of changes to its management team effective June 1, 2012, as it moves seasoned leaders within the company into new roles.
Chris Johnson, senior vice president of marketing and enterprise learning, will become senior vice president–Asia Pacific, a newly created position in response to client expansion in the region. Johnson will help the company grow its business and be better positioned to respond to client needs. He has worked at FM Global for more than three decades.
Roberta Butler, vice president, brand management, will be promoted to senior vice president– marketing, with responsibility for brand management, communications services, corporate programs and exhibits, digital solutions, intellectual property and translations, market research and product development. She is based in Johnston, R.I., USA. She joined FM Global in 1985.
Ziad Alex Tadmoury, vice president, operations manager, Southern Europe, will be promoted to senior vice president–client service and sales, a newly created role, with responsibility for client service, broker relations, sales, and global services and other market relationships. He will be based in Johnston, R.I., USA. He has been employed at FM Global since 1989.
Thierry Masurel, operations vice president and business process improvement consultant for FM Global’s Southern Europe operations, will be appointed to vice president, operations manager, Southern Europe with responsibilities for all insurance operations in the region. He began his career with FM Global in 1992.
Established in 1835, FM Global (www.fmglobal.com) is a US$4.9 billion mutual insurance company, owned and governed by its policyholders, which include more than one of every three FORTUNE 1000 companies and similar sized organizations in more than 130 countries. The company has been named “Best Global Property Insurer” and “Best Supply Chain Risk Insurance Provider” by Global Finance magazine and “Best Property Insurer in the World” byEuromoney magazine.