AILO Names Philip Woolfson James Ball Memorial Award Winner

October 31, 2012

The Association of International Life Offices (AILO) has named Philip Woolfson the recipient of the 2012 James Ball Memorial Award, in recognition of his work in Brussels on behalf of association. The award is named in memory of James Ball, a founder of the international life insurance industry and AILO, and is given annually to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the industry.

“I am delighted to present Philip with this year’s award in recognition of his outstanding service to the cross-border life industry,” said Alan Morgan-Moodie, CEO of AILO. “Without Philip’s rigorous communication of the numerous issues with the EU, AILO would not be able to contribute effectively to policy developments that affect the majority of AILO’s members.”

The award was presented during AILO’s 25th Anniversary Gala Dinner, held October 18 in the Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College in Royal Greenwich (London), an event both Mr. Woolfson and Daniella Terruso, a policy advisor in Steptoe’s Brussels office, attended.