AGCS appoints Regional Head of Liability for Mediterranean & Africa

04 October 2021 Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS)
Stéphanie Perreau, Regional Head of Liability for AGCS Mediterranean & Africa

Stéphanie Perreau, Regional Head of Liability for AGCS Mediterranean & Africa

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) today announced the appointment of Stéphanie Perreau as the Regional Head of Liability for AGCS Mediterranean & Africa. Nicolas Lewandowski succeeds Stéphanie as the Head of Liability for France. Both these appointments are effective October 1, 2021.

Stéphanie is based in Paris and reports to AGCS Mediterranean & Africa Regional Managing Director Patrick Thiels. She has been the Head of Liability for France since September 2020. Before this, Stéphanie was Senior Liability Underwriter at AGCS France and Practice Group Leader for Heavy Industry & Manufacturing for the Mediterranean region. Before joining AGCS in 2011, Stéphanie spent seven years as a Senior Facultative Reinsurance Broker at Aon Benfield and as a Liability Senior Account Executive at Aon Global. She holds an insurance degree and master’s degree in insurance law from La Sorbonne University.

Based in Paris, Nicolas joined AGCS in 2012 as a Senior Liability Underwriter. His insurance career started at Munich Re in 2007 where he worked in various roles. He holds a degree in law from Université d'Artois, an honors degree in company law from Université de Lille 2, and a master’s degree in multimedia and information law from Université Panthéon Assas (Paris II).

Commenting on both appointments, Patrick Thiels, Managing Director for AGCS Mediterranean & Africa said: “I’m pleased that we were able to find successors for both roles within our region. This demonstrates the depth and strength of talent, skills, and experience we have in our business. Stéphanie and Nicolas are well known and respected in our markets and under their leadership in the region and France respectively, our Liability team’s expertise and knowledge are well placed to respond to the fast-growing liability exposures of modern businesses. Their appointments demonstrate our continued commitment to our Mediterranean & Africa clients and brokers.

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