RSA boosts UAE management team
Dubai, May 16, 2012
RSA Insurance, a leading provider of general insurance in the UAE, has announced a series of senior appointments to strengthen their current operations and future growth plans.
Drawing upon more than 25 years of experience in the insurance sector, AK Ravindran joins RSA as the technical director for the UAE.
Having recently served as head of Corporate Offering Strategy with AXA Insurance Gulf, he brings with him comprehensive knowledge in corporate and retail underwriting, reinsurance, portfolio management and development, said a statement from RSA.
Saju George takes on the role of consumer director managing the personal lines business for the UAE. With over 12 years of experience of which nine years were spent in RSA, Saju has extensive exposure to operations in the Middle East, India and Far East.
Prior to this, he was responsible for managing global broker relationships and driving affinity and bancassurance deals in his role as regional sales lead.
Phabiola Menon, takes on a new role as trading leader for the UAE. She has been with RSA for over nine years as she played a significant role in the development and management of the sales function and has contributed significantly to the UAE business.
In her previous role as sales head, her market- and customer-centric approach have been strong enablers to developing RSA’s commercial profile in the market.
Commenting on the appointment, Chris Dooley, the UAE chief executive officer said, “We are proud to have secured such a varied group of talented individuals and I am confident their experience and expertise will be an asset to RSA.”
“As part of our UAE leadership team, they will play a key role in continuing to drive our current strategy and achieve our growth agenda, both within the commercial and personal lines business,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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