Board members.

Kerrigan Procter - Chairman and Board Member

Kerrigan Procter has been Managing Director of Legal & General Retirement at Legal & General since January 2013.  He oversees a retirement business that helps over one million customers achieve financial security in retirement and invests nearly £40bn of assets to back Legal & General's promises to pensioners. He was previously Head of Solutions at
Legal & General Investment Management from 2006 to 2012 where he was responsible for Liability Driven Investment and multi-asset funds for defined benefit and defined contribution pension schemes across Europe and the US. Prior to joining Legal & General,Kerrigan worked at RBS in the financial markets division where he held several roles including Head of Pensions Advisory, Head of Credit Risk Measurement and Director of Interest Rate Derivative Structuring. Kerrigan started his career in 1994 with Ernst & Young Corporate Finance before moving to Mercer where he was both an investment consultant and responsible for ALM in Europe. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries and has a PhD in number theory from King's College, London.

Thomas Olunloyo - Board Member and CEO

Thomas Olunloyo is currently the CEO of Legal & General Re having previously served as Chief Actuary and Chief Investment Officer with responsibility for pricing, structuring and investments. Prior to joining Legal & General Re, Thomas was the Pricing and Product Development Actuary at MetLife Assurance Limited in the UK, a specialist provider of Bulk Purchase Annuity (BPA) solutions. He was responsible for the management of the pricing systems and controls, the development of the pricing Terms of Trade as well as the management of the product development process.  Thomas was also responsible for new business origination, contract negotiation and client management.  Thomas studied Mathematics and Philosophy at the University of Oxford and is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries.

Derek Stapley - independent Board Member

Derek is a Chartered Accountant and currently serves as an Independent Director on the board of several public and private investment funds, insurance companies and Private Client Structures. He chairs the Audit and Risk Committee (ARC) of a listed company and is actively involved in other ARCs and Investment Committees. Derek is a former partner of Ernst & Young’s Financial Services Office. He spent 20 years with Ernst & Young’s Bermuda office, holding a number of positions including several years as the leader of the Investment Funds Practice. In 2006 he joined Ernst & Young’s Global Asset Management Group where he specialised in the Alternative Investment Industry before leaving the Firm in 2009. He has been serving as an Independent Director for five years. Derek holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from the Caledonian University in Glasgow and is a member of the Institute of Directors in the United Kingdom and Bermuda.

Troy Thompson - board member

Troy Thompson is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries. Troy studied a BS Mathematics and received High Honors at the University of Texas. Troy joined Legal & General America in July 2014, initially as the Vice President of Product Management but most recently promoted to SVP Product Management and Interim Chief Actuary.  Prior to this Troy has held various actuarial and senior management positions with USAA, Genworth, American National Insurance Company and Columbia Universal Life Insurance Company. In these roles he has developed plans to deliver life insurance product portfolios to achieve targeted growth and profitability, product development, valuation, financial reporting, pricing and capital management.

Bryan Blunt - board member

Bryan is currently CFO for Legal & General Retirement, with responsibility for managing the financial performance of the division, delivering statutory, regulatory and management financial reporting, and overseeing the pricing framework for pension risk transfer business. He was responsible for LGR’s Solvency II submissions to the PRA, including the matching adjustment applications across the division. Prior to this role, Bryan held a variety of roles within the Group functions at
Legal & General, with a focus on risk based capital models and reporting. This included the design and implementation of the Group Economic Capital and Solvency II models, and the embedding of capital management in decision making. Bryan has been with Legal & General for 11 years; before this he worked at Pricewaterhouse Coopers and Zurich Financial Services. Bryan is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in the UK, and has an MA in mathematics from Cambridge University.