Profile: Rodney Bonnard, EY

Rodney Bonnard EY

Rodney Bonnard, head of insurance for EY, chats to Scott McGee about his 30 years in insurance, the “profitability crisis” within personal lines, and how insurers need to be redefined for the future of insurance.

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Swiss Re: 1995–2000

1995-1996: Life corporate actuary 1997-2000: P&C actuary/underwriter/client manager

EY: 2001 to present

2001–2006: manager, senior manager and then director July 2006

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