News - Re/Insurance groups

AGCS announced leadership appointment

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) announced that David Brown, currently its Head of Insurance Linked Markets will take over as head of its Capital Solutions unit from July 1, 2021, subject to local regulatory approval.

CALDERA to succeed MAHIEU as Aegon Chief Human Resources Officer

Dutch insurer Aegon announced that Italian Elisabetta CALDERA will join Aegon as Chief Human Resources Officer, effective June 1, 2021. Elisabetta CALDERA will succeed Carla MAHIEU, who has decided to step down after more than a decade in the role (more details here).

Eurohold's shareholders approved capital increase

Bulgarian financial holding Eurohold, the owner of Euroins Insurance Group - announce it will increase its capital by issuing new shares on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE), "which will allow the company to raise up to EUR 100 million.

Tomasz KUKULA appointed GC&C ACEER Head of Underwriting

Italian insurer Generali announced that Tomasz KUKULA, former Head of Underwriting for Global Corporate & Commercial (GC&C) insurance at Generali Poland, has been promoted as GC&C Austria, CEE & Russia Regional Head of Underwriting. "He joined the Generali CEE Holding office in Prague and took over his new role as of 1 March 2021".

UNIQA maintains its capitalization at a high level in 2020

The Solvency II capital requirement ratio of UNIQA was at 170 per cent in 2020 and continues to be at a very high level. The solvency ratio was high despite the sharp decline in interest rates and non-recurring effect and showed a Strong profitability of new business in life, health and pension funds.

Ex-Lloyd's of London CEO nominated to the NN Group SB

The Supervisory Board (SB) of NN Group has decided to nominate Inga BEALE for appointment as member of NN Group's Supervisory Board for a term of four years. "This nomination has been made with the intention to further strengthen the composition of the Supervisory Board, with a specific focus on transformation processes", as the Dutch insurer mentioned in a statement.