PRMIA Announces Board of Director Election Results

On behalf of the PRMIA network of 50,000 risk professionals, its current Board of Directors, and a dedicated corps of over 600 volunteers, we are extremely pleased to announce the results of the 2020 Board election, which concluded on November 6. Congratulations to the following nominees, who received the highest number of votes from the PRMIA electorate community.
 
Returning to the Board for her second term as Americas representative is Lakshmi Shyam-Sunder, Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, World Bank Group. Returning for his second term as a Global representative is Thomas Wilson, Chief Risk Officer, Allianz SE.
 
New Board members include Global representative Carlos da Costa, Lecturer in Finance, Risk Management, and Accounting, Simon Fraser University & University of British Columbia and Asia Pacific representative Mr Srinivasa Rao Sureddi, Deputy Managing Director and Chief Risk Officer, State Bank of India Head Office, Mumbai.
 
These new Directors were elected by PRMIA members from a pool of very strong and highly qualified candidates. In addition, all nominees were approved by the electoral process as led by the PRMIA Nominating Committee, with Bonny Dorland and Andrew Auslander as its Co-Chairs. New Board members begin their service January 1, 2021. We welcome the new and returning Board members and look forward to their participation in setting and implementing the many aggressive strategies and agendas of PRMIA going forward.
 
We extend a huge thank you to outgoing PRMIA Board members Justin McCarthy and Nirakar Pradhan for their years of dedicated service. Justin will continue with PRMIA as Chair of the PRMIA Institute. Nirakar will continue as CEO of PRMIA India.

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