Stuart Vann out at Esure


CEO leaves as the insurer looks to new leadership in order to take the business to the “next level” in an “increasingly digital and data driven world”.

Esure CEO Stuart Vann has stepped down from the role with immediate effect as the business seeks fresh leadership.

The insurer stated that Vann, who joined in 2000 and became CEO in 2012, left by mutual consent and detailed that its strategic aims will be best achieved through new leadership.

The insurer said in a statement: “As Esure continues to evolve its long term strategy the board and Stuart have agreed that this will be best achieved through new leadership with significant expertise and

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