Last updated: 16:20 / Thursday, 5 May 2016
He left BNY Mellon

Michael Gordon, New CEO for United States at Lombard International

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Michael Gordon, New CEO for United States at Lombard International
  • He will report to John Hillman
  • He also has worked at New York Life Insurance Company
  • After the successful integration of Luxembourg-headquartered Lombard International Assurance with U.S.-headquartered Philadelphia Financial

Lombard International, a global leader in wealth structuring solutions for the high net worth market, appointed Michael Gordon as CEO of its U.S. operations effective May 2, 2016. He will report to John Hillman, Executive Chairman of Lombard International.

Gordon joins Lombard International from his role as Global Head of Insurance Solutions at BNY Mellon. Additionally, he served as Chief Executive Officer of Tiber Capital Management, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BNY Mellon focused on managing assets for insurance and reinsurance companies. Before BNY Mellon, Mr. Gordon was an executive at New York Life Insurance Company, leading investment and insurance product management, sales and marketing functions.

The announcement is part of a series of strategic developments for Lombard International including the formal launch, in September 2015, of its global life insurance-based wealth management business. This announcement followed the successful integration of Luxembourg-headquartered Lombard International Assurance with U.S.-headquartered Philadelphia Financial.

John Hillman, Executive Chairman of Lombard International, said: "We are thrilled to have someone of Michael’s experience and background to guide Lombard International in meeting our aggressive ambitions for U.S. growth and achieving our goal of building a world class investment platform.”

Lombard International specializes in providing multi-jurisdictional wealth planning solutions through its partner networks across the United States, Europe and Latin America, issuing life insurance policies and annuities from the United States, Luxembourg, Guernsey and Bermuda. Global assets under administration are in excess of USD 75 billion with a global staff number of over 500, including more than 60 technical experts specializing in 20+ jurisdictions.

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