Briefing: From Who Evans? to Huw Da Man - How the understated DG made his mark at the ABI


As Huw Evans plans to step down as director general of the Association of British Insurers to join KPMG as a partner at the end of the year, Jonathan Swift looks back at his time at the trade body and assesses how he has helped both modernise it and keep it relevant to members during testing times.

When Huw Evans joined the Association of British Insurers in 2008, Post greeted his arrival with just a single paragraph, which simply said he been appointed “as director of corporate affairs” and

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