Patricia Byron has worked as a senior executive in the Insurance and related financial services sector over many years. She was the first CEO of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB), an independent State body, established to reform a costly personal injury claims environment. Patricia was appointed as Chairperson of the Motor Insurers Bureau of Ireland where she led a reform programme, focusing on business transformation and effectiveness. When appointed as Chairperson of the Association of Chief Executives of State Bodies, she became actively involved in a number of public sector reform initiatives.
Patricia now sits on the Board of the Central Bank of Ireland Commission and the National Treatment Purchase Fund and chairs a number of public sector Audit committees, including the Department of Finance.
Patricia is a graduate of UCD, a Chartered Insurer and a Past President of the Insurance Institute.