Christina Anagnostopoulou joins Europ Assistance as Group Human Resources Director

18 June 2019 Europ Assistance

Europ Assistance has appointed Christina Anagnostopoulou as Group HR and Organization Director replacing Roberto Ravagnani, who has been appointed Head of Global HR Operations & HR Business Partner for Generali Group. Prior to joining the global team in Paris, Christina served as the HR and Organization Director for Europ Assistance Italy.

Christina has been working within the Generali Group for the past five years, first in Generali Group’s Head Office in Milan where she was Head of Group Talent Management before joining Europ Assistance in 2017. Christina started her career working in HR for large multinational firms like LVMH and GE Money Consumer Finance. Prior to starting at Generali in 2014, she worked at the Unicredit Group, after four years she moved to a new role at Vodafone as HRBP Technology for South Europe. Christina stayed at Vodafone for two years before joining the Techint Group where she oversaw growth, training, recruitment, and employer branding.

Antoine Parisi, CEO of Europ Assistance: “Christina’s promotion is a shining example of the strong internal talent we have. It’s important to have an executive team made up of diverse backgrounds and viewpoints; we’re proud to add another female leader with an impressive track record to our team. Christina has already been a large part of building our culture of caring at the Group level and will now build on Roberto’s achievements by delivering an HR transformation that will enable us to achieve our vision of being the most reliable care company in the world.
Roberto has played a crucial role during his time with Europ Assistance, modernizing how we work and building a culture that truly reflects who we are and where we want to go. I congratulate him on his new role within the Generali Group and thank him for all that he has done.”

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