Thomas J. Quinlan III, president and CEO of R.R. Donnelley - Sons Company, has been elected to the board of directors of commercial property insurer FM Global.
FM Global's board comprises executives from the world's most sophisticated manufacturing, distribution and service organisations.
Client-owners, who share the belief that the majority of property loss is preventable, represent many of the world's largest organisations, including one of every three Fortune 500 companies.
"Tom brings significant experience leading and growing major business-to-business companies like those that many of our clients operate," FM Global Board Chairman Thomas A. Lawson says.
"He deeply understands the value of choosing resilience to maximise long-term organisational value. He will be a tremendous asset for our company and client-owners."
Quinlan has guided companies through challenging business cycles during his career by transforming, growing and recapitalising business-to-business manufacturing and services businesses.
He has specialised expertise in rebranding traditional businesses and pivoting physical content into the digital space by leveraging digital marketing, data analytics, business intelligence and data management solutions. He holds an MBA in finance from St. John's University and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Pace University.
Other members of FM Global's board of directors include Textron executive vice president and CFO Frank T. Connor, Premier Foods chairman Colin Day, Verallia SA chairman and CEO Michel Giannuzzi, Corrugated Supplies Company president and COO Glenn R. Landau, FM Global chairman Thomas A. Lawson, WestRock Company retired chairman John A. Luke Jr., TEGNA retired president and CEO Gracia C. Martore, The Walt Disney Company senior executive vice president and CFO Christine M. McCarthy, FM Global president and CEO Malcolm C. Roberts, MIT Engine founding chairman, former executive vice president and treasurer Israel Ruiz, and Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation president and CEO David T. Walton.