CII chief executive Alan Vallance to step down earlier than expected

Chief customer officer Gill White will take over as CII’s acting chief executive

Sahar Nazir
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The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) chief executive (CEO) Alan Vallance is due to step down from his role earlier than previously announced.

A CII spokesperson confirmed that Vallance will leave at the end of December 2023. CII's current chief customer officer Gill White will become acting CEO for the CII Group. A management group drawn from the existing executive leadership team and senior leadership team will support White until the appointment of a new CEO. It was previously reported that Vallance would step down next year. He joined the CII in August 2022, having previously led the Royal Institute of British Architects. He is also a qualified Chartered accountant and long-standing Fellow of the ICAEW. Vallance...

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