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Allianz appoints Head of Property for South Africa

21 October 2020 Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS)
Ronald Dodo-Tabaziva, Head of Property in South Africa at Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS)

Ronald Dodo-Tabaziva, Head of Property in South Africa at Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS)

Ronald Dodo-Tabaziva, currently Lead Property Underwriter is appointed Head of Property in South Africa.
• Robert Ter Morshuizen, who oversaw Property, Energy and Construction will focus on Energy and Construction.

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS), the corporate insurance carrier of Allianz Group, announces the appointment of Ronald Dodo-Tabaziva as Head of Property in South Africa effective immediately reporting to AGCS Regional Head of Property for Mediterranean and Africa, Jean-Baptiste Regnier, and AGCS CEO in South Africa Thusang Mahlangu. Robert Ter Morshuizen, who looked after Property, Energy and Construction will focus on Energy and Construction reporting to AGCS Regional Head of Energy and Construction for Mediterranean and Africa, Francois Periquet and Thusang Mahlangu.

Ronald joined AGCS in June this year as Lead Property Underwriter from HDI Global SA where he managed the local Property Portfolio. He is a Fellow and Associate of the Insurance Institute of South Africa (IISA) and holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) in Insurance and Risk Management Degree.

“I am pleased about Ronald’s promotion to Head of Property in South Africa. His eighteen years of experience, knowledge, and expertise of the African insurance market will contribute significantly towards the profitable growth of our business in our region,” says AGCS Regional Head of Property for Mediterranean and Africa, Jean-Baptiste Regnier.

“Congratulations to Ronald on his appointment. He has shown great technical expertise and leadership skills since joining AGCS in June. I wish him all the success as we work to become the market leader in our target segment in line with the New AGCS strategy,” says Thusang Mahlangu

About Property

AGCS specializes in corporate property insurance for the most complex and challenging risk exposures in more than 200 countries and territories. With a focus on larger international risk portfolios, we offer tailor-made 'All Risks' property damage and business interruption insurance through our global network. Our experience speaks for itself, insuring the majority of Global Fortune 500 companies, managing over 1000 global property insurance programs, and fielding an underwriting team averaging over 20 years’ experience, backed up a worldwide team of risk consultants and claims specialists.

About Energy and Construction

AGCS provides Energy and Construction insurance for clients all over the world, giving them market-leading capacity, flexible and tailored coverage. Our risk consulting, claims and underwriting teams have many years of practical experience of leading the largest engineering and construction projects across the globe, covering a wide range of engineering classes, including oil and gas, power and utilities, heavy industries, transportation systems and heavy civil engineering projects. When it comes to energy, our client base and expertise is diverse, spanning upstream, midstream and downstream organizations and operations.

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