Integro Insurance Brokers Limited (trading as Tysers) announced the hiring of Steve Jolley as Chief Information Officer.

Mr. Jolley will be responsible for all aspects of IT & Digital strategy, business systems enablement and technology infrastructure across the global operations of Integro and Tysers. Reporting to Tysers’ CEO, Andy Behrends, Steve joins the Executive Management Team responsible for the execution of the Company’s strategic growth plans. Steve will be based in London in the group’s global headquarters.

Steve has deep IT and insurance experience with 20 years’ experience driving IT strategy within the insurance industry, including time spent at Price Forbes, JLT, Marsh & HSBC. Most recently, he was CIO of Ardonagh Specialty, the holding company of Price Forbes & Partners, Bishopsgate Insurance and Price Forbes Risk Solutions.

“Steve brings a wealth of expertise leading IT strategy at insurance broking companies. His experience both leading end-to-end technology service enablement, as well as partnering with the business to deliver strategic priorities is critical to helping Tysers deliver our long-term strategy”, Andy Behrends said. “Technology is core to our ability to provide excellent client service, as well as to achieving of our ambitious growth goals. We’re delighted to have Steve on board to lead those efforts.”

David Hurst, Integro’s New York-based CIO for the past 4 years, has led Integro’s IT strategy and team since 2015 and has been a key member of the Executive Management Team since coming to Integro, including leading the transition of the firm’s technology platforms to the UK after completion of the sale of Integro USA. He will stay with the organization through the end of the year to support the transition to Steve Jolley. “I want to personally thank David for his leadership and contributions to Integro during his tenure, during which we have transformed the business and transformed the IT functions and strategy, and we wish him the best in his future endeavors” Andy Behrends added.