Aspen names chief people officer
Bermudian-based Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd announced today that Mohinder “Mo” Kang has been appointed chief people officer.
Mr Kang joins Aspen from the Post Office Ltd where he was group human resources director with responsibility for more than 4,500 employees. He also previously served as HR change and central services director at ERS Insurance Group, group HR and corporate communications director at Hyperion Insurance Group, and group chief human resources officer at QBE Insurance Group.
At Aspen, Mr Kang will lead the HR team with a renewed focus on the company’s people agenda as the business continues to accelerate cultural change. He will join Aspen’s Group Executive Committee.
Mark Cloutier, executive chairman and group chief executive officer, said: “Mo’s appointment is a further example of how Aspen is able to attract and build the very best talent as we continue our journey to enhanced value creation, which will benefit not only our shareholders but also our trading partners and the communities we live in and serve.
“Not only does Mo have excellent experience in the insurance sector, he also brings fresh perspectives to this new important role. Aspen is a people business and driving a people agenda focused on our core principles and values, including our diversity and inclusion efforts, is critically important to our success.
“Our new corporate values and principles – based on mutual respect, diversity, investing in people, and collaboration – are now embedded at the heart of the company and I am delighted to welcome Mo to further build on this work.”
Mo Kang joins Aspen on November 1, 2019.
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