Generali's Frédéric de Courtois named new vice president of Insurance Europe
Frédéric de Courtois, general manager of Generali Group, has been elected vice president of Insurance Europe, the European insurance and reinsurance federation, for a three-year term.
He succeeds Torbjörn Magnusson, group CEO and president of Sampo Insurance Group.
De Courtois has held several management positions in his career in the insurance sector since 1993.
Insurance Europe president Andreas Brandstetter, CEO & chairman of UNIQA Insurance Group, said: “I am delighted to welcome Frédéric to this important role. Frédéric brings with him a vast wealth of knowledge about our industry and I am looking forward to working together with him to represent our industry.”
“I would like to thank Torbjörn for the huge contribution that he has made to our industry over the last six years. He has been particularly engaged in the area of new technologies and how they impact insurers. We would like to thank him for driving these debates so strongly within Insurance Europe.”
De Courtois commented: “I am honoured to have been elected vice president and look forward to representing the European insurance industry, which makes a huge contribution both to our society and our economy. I will work hard to ensure that the regulatory environment for insurers properly reflects their business model and enables them to continue to deliver the best results for their clients.”
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