– UK, London – RSA Insurance Group plc (RSA) today announces the appointment of Enrico Cucchiani to its Board as a Non-Executive Director as of 1st December. He will also join both the Risk and Remuneration Committees.
Enrico has over 35 years global executive and non-executive experience across financial services including banking and insurance and a number of blue chip brands. He spent over 15 years at Allianz in a variety of international roles, including Head of Global P&C and Head of Europe and South America.
Commenting on the appointment, RSA Chairman Martin Scicluna said: “I am delighted to welcome Enrico to the Board. He brings with him a wealth of global financial services experience and a deep knowledge of the insurance sector. He also has significant Board experience with a number of blue chip organisations. I look forward to Enrico bringing new insights and ideas to RSA as we look to transform our business.”
Enrico said: “I’m delighted to be joining the Board of RSA and to be able to contribute to RSA’s turnaround journey. I look forward to working with my colleagues on the Board as RSA moves towards the next chapter in its history.”
With a 300 year heritage, RSA is one of the world’s leading multinational quoted insurance groups. Focusing on general insurance, RSA’s core markets are the UK and Ireland, Scandinavia, Canada and Latin America with the capability to write business in around 150 countries in total. We have around 20,000 employees and, in 2013, our net written premiums were £8.7 billion.
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