Allianz appoints Regional Head of Global Client Service and Multinational for Mediterranean & Africa, IberoLatam
* Delphine Berquand is appointed AGCS Regional Head of Global Client Service and Multinational for Mediterranean & Africa and IberoLatam effective October 19, 2020.
* Delphine will report to AGCS Global Head of Multinational, Nigel Leppit and AGCS Regional Managing Director for Mediterranean & Africa, Corinne Cipière.
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE (AGCS) , the corporate insurance carrier of Allianz Group, announces the appointment of Delphine Berquand as Regional Head of Global Client Service and Multinational for Mediterranean & Africa and IberoLatam effective October 19, 2020. Delphine is based in Paris and will report to AGCS Global Head of Multinational, Nigel Leppit, and AGCS Regional Managing Director for Mediterranean & Africa, Corinne Cipière.
Currently Manager for Operation: Global Client Unit at AGCS in France, Delphine joined AGCS in 2010 as Head of Finance Operations. Before that, she had a long and diversified experience in mutual and general insurance mainly in Finance and IT at Groupama-Gan. In her new role, she will drive the regional global client service management, Multinational strategy, and international insurance solutions in collaboration with Underwriting and Distribution.
“I am pleased to welcome Delphine to the Global Client Service and Multinational leadership team. I am confident that her experience and expertise will contribute significantly to the evolving of the Multinational delivery model of providing the best global experience and service for our clients to support the NEW AGCS strategy,” says AGCS Global Head of Multinational, Nigel Lepitt.
Regional Managing Director for Mediterranean & Africa Corinne Cipière says, “Congratulations to Delphine on her new role. I look forward to working with her and the rest of the Global Client Service and Multinational team to continue to deliver the best global insurance program and service for clients in the Mediterranean & Africa region and IberoLatam.”
About Allianz Multinational
The effective management of global risks is AGCS’ core business, and the Allianz Multinational team will continue to be a focus area for investment. Allianz Multinational team provides a fully customized service responding to the cross-border exposures of our clients, while also taking into account the regulatory and fiscal framework in which global businesses operate. At the forefront of our proposition, we offer centrally coordinated global insurance programs, which deliver locally admitted policies to match clients' own geographic footprint and their specific risk and exposure requirements – all in full compliance with relevant insurance regulations and local laws. Every program client benefits from a dedicated team of specialist underwriters, program handlers, claims experts and risk engineers from across AGCS. All are there to build the optimal program structure, to anticipate issues before they arise and to coordinate seamless service delivery.
About Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) is a leading global corporate insurance carrier and a key business unit of Allianz Group. We provide risk consultancy, Property-Casualty insurance solutions and alternative risk transfer for a wide spectrum of commercial, corporate and specialty risks across 12 dedicated lines of business.
Our customers are as diverse as business can be, ranging from Fortune Global 500 companies to small businesses, and private individuals. Among them are not only the world’s largest consumer brands, tech companies and the global aviation and shipping industry, but also wineries, satellite operators or Hollywood film productions. They all look to AGCS for smart answers to their largest and most complex risks in a dynamic, multinational business environment and trust us to deliver an outstanding claims experience.
Worldwide, AGCS operates with its own teams in 33 countries and through the Allianz Group network and partners in over 200 countries and territories, employing over 4,400 people. As one of the largest Property-Casualty units of Allianz Group, we are backed by strong and stable financial ratings. In 2018, AGCS generated a total of €8.2 billion gross premium globally.
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