Swiss Re Corporate Solutions appoints Newton Queiroz as CEO Mexico, effective 1 October 2018. In this role, Mr. Queiroz will be responsible for overseeing our business in Mexico and Central America from our Mexico City hub.
"I'm delighted that Newton will lead our Mexican organization," states Axel Brohm, CEO Latin America. "His extensive business knowledge has helped us expand our operations in the country. I'm confident that under his leadership we'll continue to build on our success in this important market."
Mr. Queiroz brings over 15 years of insurance experience to this role, much of it spent working for international carriers and on the brokerage side of the business. Since joining Swiss Re Corporate Solutions in 2012, he has held various positions, most recently as Head Sales Latin America where he was instrumental in securing our direct insurance license in Mexico.
A Brazilian national, Mr. Queiroz holds an Honours Bachelor's degree in Business and Economics from York University, a Master's degree in Business Fundamentals from the Schulich School of Business, and an MBA in Economics from Fundação Getulio Vargas. He speaks Spanish, English, and Portuguese fluently and basic French and has worked in Mexico, Brazil, Canada and the United Kingdom. Mr. Queiroz was named one of Intelligent Insurer's 2017 Rising Stars.
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions serves clients and brokers throughout Latin America from offices in Bogotá, Cali, Medellín, Mexico City, Miami, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.
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