Strategy & Operations » Leadership & Management » Hyperion looks to Towergate to replace departing CFO Fady

TOWERGATE interim chief financial officer Oliver Corbett is to succeed Eric Fady (pictured0 as Hyperion Insurance Group’s chief financial officer. 

Corbett, previously Novae CFO, will take up the role in August, Post reports. 

Hyperion CEO David Howden said: “[Corbett’s] market background with a listed insurer and, more generally, with entrepreneurial and international businesses, makes him exceptionally well-equipped to play an important part in the group’s future, which will be shaped by strong organic growth, continuing to attract the industry’s best talent, and our selective acquisition strategy.”

Corbett added: “[Hyperion] is a very successful, high-growth business which has transformed in the last few years to become one of the major players and I am excited to be part of its next chapter.”

Fady,a French national who began his career as an auditor with KPMG, leaves Hyperion after seven years to pursue new challenges.

Read Financial Director’s July 2014 interview with Fady, where he recalls his time at   at Marsh between 2003 and 2007 when ts parent, Marsh & McLennan Companies, was subject to the furnace of a bid-rigging lawsuit led by Elliot Spitzer, the then governor of New York.

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