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Stone Point Capital
Robert I. Lipp, a member of Accenture's board of directors since October 2001, is a senior advisor at Stone Point Capital, a private equity firm specializing in the financial and insurance sectors, and executive chairman of Stone River Holdings. Prior to joining Stone Point Capital in September 2009, Mr. Lipp was a senior partner at Brysam Global Partners, a private equity firm specializing in consumer financial services and emerging markets. Mr. Lipp was previously a senior advisor and director at JPMorgan Chase & Co., resigning that position in September 2008.
In September 2005, Mr. Lipp retired as executive chairman of the board of The Travelers Companies Inc. (formerly St. Paul Travelers). He was formerly chairman and chief executive of its predecessor company, Travelers Property Casualty Corp. Mr. Lipp held various senior executive positions at Citigroup and its predecessor companies since 1986, retiring in 2001 as vice chairman of Citigroup and chairman and chief executive officer of its Global Consumer Business.
Mr. Lipp began his career in banking at Chemical Bank (now a part of JPMorgan Chase & Co.), where he rose to president and director, leaving there in 1986 to join what ultimately became Citigroup.
Mr. Lipp served as a director of The Travelers Companies Inc. until he resigned in May 2010. He is also a trustee of Carnegie Hall and of Mass Moca and the president of the New York City Ballet.
Mr. Lipp received his undergraduate degree at Williams College, his M.B.A. at Harvard and his J.D. at New York University.
Mr. Lipp is married to Martha Berman; they have five children.
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