Chubb promotes Gena Jalink to the role Marketing and Mid-market Practice Manager, South Africa

14 March 2018Chubb
Gena Jalink.

Gena Jalink.

Chubb today announced the promotion of Gena Jalink, currently Marketing and Communications Manager for South Africa, to the newly created role of Marketing & Mid-Market Practice Manager for South Africa, as it continues to invest in its insurance and service capabilities for mid-market clients and brokers in South Africa.

In her new role, Gena will be responsible for the management and growth of Chubb’s mid-market business in South Africa ensuring that the company’s sales and distribution model is strongly aligned with their underwriting capability and product offerings across property, casualty, financial lines, accident & health and Chubb’s custom industry solutions. She will also be responsible for the development and distribution of new mid-market product initiatives. Gena retains her responsibilities as Marketing and Communications Manager. She will continue to be based in Chubb’s Sandton office, reporting into Neil Beaumont, Business Development and Global Accounts Manager, South Africa.

Gena has six years of experience in the insurance industry and joined Chubb in 2014.

Neil Beaumont, Global Accounts and Business Development Manager at Chubb Insurance South Africa, said:

“Gena’s appointment is testament to our commitment to building and developing strong relationships with our independent brokers in South Africa.

“I wish Gena all the best for her new role and I look forward to working with her in building a sustainable portfolio.”

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