Former Group Chief Risk Officer Frieder Knüpling will be CEO of SCOR Global Life. He is the successor to Paolo de Martin, who is pursuing a “new direction” in his career. Joining the Group Executive Committee as the new Group Chief Risk Officer is Fabian Uffer, formerly Group Head of Risk Modeling.
Meanwhile, Roman Rhone has been appointed Deputy CEO of SCOR Global P & C (Non-life Insurance) and Chief Executive Officer of Special Insurance. Prior to the reshuffle, he was Group Chief Operating Officer of a reinsurance company.
In addition, members of the Group Executive Committee, François de Varennes and Claire Le Gar Robinson, will expand their respective responsibilities. In addition to his role as CEO of SCOR Global Investments, de Varenne oversees a wide range of leadership areas across investment, technology, budgets, group project offices and group corporate finance.
For Le Gall-Robinson, the Group’s Secretary-General has been appointed as SCOR’s Chief Sustainability Officer. She has the additional responsibility of managing talent, communications and hub operations.
Ian Kelly, Jean-Paul Conoscente, and Brona Magee maintain their current positions as Group Chief Financial Officer, SCOR Global P & C CEO, and SCOR Global Life Deputy Chief, respectively.
Rousseau commented: “The broad global experience, diverse backgrounds, strong expertise, industry knowledge, and leadership qualities of the members of this new group executive committee give us great confidence in our ability to pursue successfully. Give me. SCOR development.
“These in-house promotions demonstrate the depth of SCOR’s talent pool and the strong capabilities of emerging leaders. The new organization manages while reflecting the strategic importance of group transformation and sustainability. We are confident that we will ensure the continuity of our company. We are accelerating the significant transformation of the company as stipulated in the “Quantum Leap” strategic plan and accelerating the long-term value creation of all stakeholders. Have been mobilized to. “