Dominic Clayden joined the MIB as Chief Executive in May 2018. He has been in the insurance industry for over 20 years.
The MIB is at the heart of the fight against Uninsured driving, and manages claims related to Uninsured and Untraced driving. The organisation also provides management services to other industry bodies, especially focused on data asset management.
Dominic joined MIB from QBE, where he most recently held the role of Group Chief Claims Officer. He has also worked at Aviva as their Claims Director for its General Insurance business, and co-ordinated their claims best practice globally. He has had a leading role in major negotiations in respect of personal injury reform in the UK and represented the Insurance industry at the Advisory Committee on Civil Costs. He is involved with various Boards & Committees, and is also a Director of the Insurance Fraud Bureau.
Dominic was a qualified solicitor, has held legal positions with BKJ Lewis and Potter Butler & Lyons, and has been a member of the Association of Personal Injury lawyers.