Creasy succeeds Rupert Robson and will take over at the end of August when the company reveals half-year results.
Creasy has been an independent NED at Charles Taylor since January 2014 and is a former chairman of the Kiln Group. He currently holds a number of NED positions and is a member of the council of Lloyd’s Market Supervision and Review committee.
In March Charles Taylor revealed that revenues and profits were up in 2014, a year in which there were surprisingly low number of large insurance claims.
Revenues went from £113.6m, in 2013, to £122.8m. Pre tax profits on a statutory basis went from £6.9m to £9.6m.
Past few months has seen the business open new offices on Montreal and Rome.