Swiss Re Corporate Solutions appoints Christine Springob as Head Sales North America, effective February 5, 2018. In this role, Ms. Springob will be responsible for developing and executing the company's distribution and sales strategy in the United States and Canada. Based in New York, Ms. Springob succeeds Sylvain Bouteillé, who has been appointed to a global role leading Corporate Solutions' primary lead initiative.
"We're excited to have Christine lead our sales efforts as we increase differentiation and provide more value for our clients and brokers," said Ivan Gonzalez, CEO North America, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions. "Our organization will benefit from her industry experience and strong client mind-set as we continue to enhance our offering in North America."
Ms. Springob brings 25 years of insurance experience to this role. Since joining Swiss Re in 1991, she has held various positions in both reinsurance and insurance, specifically in underwriting and sales. Most recently, Ms. Springob was Head Key Account Management, where she was responsible for managing our strategic client relationships. A German national, Ms. Springob has a bachelor's degree from the School of Commerce in St. Gallen, Switzerland.
"I look forward to strengthening my relationships with clients and brokers as we continue to grow locally and increase our primary offering," said Ms. Springob.With over 25 offices in North America, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions serves clients and brokers throughout the region.
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