Winner to be chosen by Insurance Times readers – place your vote now!
Voting has started for the prize of Chief Information Officer of the Year at the Insurance Times TechAwards 2015, and Insurance Times readers will choose the winner.
This accolade, awarded in association with Capgemini and Pegasystems, recognises the innovative CIO who has done the most during the year to transform the way the insurance business is conducted, organised or marketed.
And the award is all the more prestigious because the winner will be chosen by you. Cast your vote for one of the four shortlisted candidates (see below). You have until 31 August to register your vote. Only one vote per person.
The CIO award, along with awards for a whole range of technology and social media innovations, will be announced and presented to the winner at a black tie gala dinner on 24 September at The Grange, St Paul’s London.
It promises to be a glittering night as the industry gathers to recognise the innovators who are taking technology to the next level. Last year’s event was a sell-out, so book early to ensure you are part of the celebration. To reserve places, visit insurancetimes.co.uk/techawards or contact Mandy O’Connor: Tel: 020 7618 3492. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shortlisted for you to vote for as CIO of the year are:
Angela Morrison, CIO Direct Line Group. Angela has delivered change across the business to meet the needs of an ever-increasing digital environment within a clear regulatory framework. She has successfully put in place a CIO function to support the 2012 separation of DLG from RBS and completed the migration of all systems from the bank. She has done this while enabling the business to continue with its business transformation.
Stuart Walters, CIO BGL Group. Stuart has strategic oversight of the technology agenda across the divisionalised IT community, ensuring that all areas are fully equipped to deliver the group’s business objectives. Throughout his career, Stuart has worked in a number of agile and entrepreneurial organisations, predominantly within the travel industry. He joined BGL from his position as CIO at leading global travel business, Kuoni.
Richard Warner, CIO LV=. Richard oversees a team of 500, predominantly based in Croydon and Bournemouth. Richard is a member of the LV= executive committee and reports into the group CEO, Mike Rogers. Prior to joining LV= Richard worked at Accenture for 20 years, including managing IT and business process outsourcing services to financial services clients and was managing partner for Accenture’s UK IT strategy and transformation practice.
Malcolm Whitehouse, CIO RSA. Malcolm is a Fellow of the British Computer Society, and received the CBE for his service as CTO at the Department of Work and Pensions. Formerly e-Business Director for Royal Sun Alliance, Malcolm spent a year working with Help for Heroes , and then joined RSA as UK CIO for Personal Insurance in 2014. At RSA, Malcolm has focused on developing a strategic modernisation plan along with uplifting their internal IT capability.