Duck Creek Technologies has appointed Benjamin Dulieu to its leadership team as chief information security officer. He will be responsible for Duck Creek’s overall information and cybersecurity strategy, as well as managing corporate cybersecurity and protection programs, including for the company’s OnDemand offerings.

Dulieu joins Duck Creek from Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (BBH), where he was most recently a senior vice president. At BBH, he assisted in building out and formalizing the firm’s cybersecurity program and served as head of Enterprise Risk Management – Cyber and Technology with global responsibility for enterprise technology risk, cyber and information security risk, governance of operational resilience and third-party risk management. Before joining the private banking sector, Dulieu was a former active-duty United States Marine Corps captain.

“It is a privilege to welcome Ben to the Duck Creek leadership team and leverage his experience and accomplishments to advance our information and cybersecurity capabilities,” said Mike Jackowski, CEO of Duck Creek. “I believe Ben’s deep expertise, experience, and aptitude will be an incredible asset for our company, our customers and partners, and the broader insurance sector. He will bring a fresh global perspective and keep us at the forefront of the important trends in these areas.”


Falvey Insurance Group has named Roxanne Nelson to the newly created role of chief people officer. She is the first female member of the C-Suite.

Nelson first began at Falvey over 22 years ago in an underwriting support role. Over the course of her tenure, she developed a deep familiarity with the Falvey culture and staff, which led to a transition to the People Operations department.

Nelson will join the existing executive team at Falvey: Jack Falvey, chief operating officer; Daryl McKay, chief relationship officer; Mike McKenna, chief underwriting officer; Mike Edwards, chief financial officer; and Mike Falvey, chief executive officer and president of the group.

Falvey Insurance Group comprises four divisions: Falvey Cargo Underwriting, Falvey Shippers Insurance, Safe Harbor Pollution Insurance and Falvey Insurance Services.


Lockton announced a new international leadership structure to support the company’s continued growth.

Effective May 1, 2022, EJ Hentenaar, Lockton’s current head of Global Financial Risks, will assume the role of CEO Europe.

Neil Nimmo, currently CEO of Lockton International, will become the chairman of Lockton International, reporting to Peter Clune, CEO of Lockton. In addition to his overall responsibilities for Lockton International, Nimmo will focus on the growth and success of Lockton’s international regions—Asia, Australia, Europe, LATAM and MENA—supporting them in taking care of their clients and their people.

Chris Brown, current CEO Europe, is transitioning to a newly created role of president of Lockton International, reporting to Ron Lockton. In this new role, he will build on the work he has done to develop the Lockton Global Partners, develop Lockton’s international growth strategy and focus on the globalization of Lockton’s key industry practices.

“These changes are a testament to the incredible work of the entire Lockton International team and the growth they have created for Lockton,” said Clune. “We are evolving our leadership team to ensure our long-term focus and commitment to our Associates and clients.”