This CEO Has a Mission of Reducing Risk and Better Serving His Company’s Clients

Thomas Warsop is committed to focusing on integrated solutions that drive down the total cost of risk and deliver high-quality outcomes for York's clients.
By: | December 25, 2018 • 2 min read

York Risk Services Group announced Thomas Warsop as its new chief executive officer in 2018, effective September 1, following Rick Taketa’s departure after 14 years of service.

With a heavy background in financial services technology and business process transformation, Warsop enters his new role after joining York’s board last year as chairman.

“It’s an exciting time at York as we position ourselves to better serve our clients as a leading risk solutions provider.”

Warsop is committed to York’s growth by focusing on integrated solutions that drive down the total cost of risk and deliver high-quality outcomes for its clients.

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He is also dedicated to bringing a more modern and compassionate experience to its clients and claimants through a renewed focus on York’s values and mission.

“Our clients are the center of our business model,” Warsop said, “and we’re focused on delivering greater value to them through integrated and customized risk solutions to accomplish our mission of reducing risk and getting people and organizations back to health, work and productivity.”

He believes the results that matter most are the ones you can see and feel.

“We are equally focused on continuing to build our collaborative culture for our global team and to develop our technical infrastructure, enabling our data-driven approach to continue predicting tomorrow’s risk,” he added.

Warsop served as CEO of The Warranty Group prior to his time at York. &

Autumn Heisler is the digital producer and a staff writer at Risk & Insurance®. She can be reached at [email protected]

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