Membership Directory - Individual

Stewart Mitchell

Partner at Lane Clark & Peacock


Bio: Stewart is a passionate LGBT+ ally and a Partner in the Insurance Consulting Practice at LCP. He has extensive career experience of supporting some of the largest, and most known, international insurers, to manage their reserving and risk. Stewart started his career as a financial analyst within the world of the Lloyd's insurance market before moving into a role of syndicate analyst. He then went on to join a Big 4 firm where he trained as an insurance actuary.

Stewart has an impressive background and holds a Lloyd's Syndicate Actuary practising certificate and has significant experience in the Lloyd's market. He has signed statements of actuarial opinion for a number of syndicates and has significant reserving expertise, covering the major international markets and all major classes of business. In addition to providing independent reserving opinions, Stewart has led Section 166 reviews for the PRA covering a variety of issues. He has also acted as the Independent Expert for a number of significant Part VII business transfers.

Prior to starting the world of work, Stewart achieved a Chemistry degree from University College London before going on to qualify with the Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute. He has also achieved an MBA from Cass Business School and is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries. Out of work, Stewart plays racquetball weekly and is a long time Chelsea supporter and season ticket holder. He is also a regular park runner on a Saturday and a passaionate BrewDog advocate, to the extent of getting a tattoo for a 20% discount!

Stewart has been a long standing LGBT+ ally and first became motivated to support the community when he shared a flat with two gay women who shared with him their personal experience of the discrimination they faced. Stewart is proud to support the LGBT+ network and initiatives at LCP and is proud of the welcoming culture LCP has created.

Stewarts comments that:

"I am proud to be a Project 1000 Role Model because I want the world to be a better place than it is now. The way to achieve this is through education and part of that is demonstrating values through our behaviours and allyship".