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Philippe Obert joins SIACI SAINT HONORE as Director of the Property & Casualty Client Division

11/05/2015 – Paris

SIACI SAINT HONORE has announced the appointment of Philippe Obert as Director of the Property & Casualty Client Division. As such he also becomes a member of the Management Committee for the Property & Casualty and Marine Division.

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Philippe Obert, 51 years old, graduated from the Institut des Assurances of Paris and holds a French Higher Specialized Studies Diploma (DESS) in insurance from Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne University. He started his career in 1990 at the Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique (CEA – French government-funded technological research organization) as Deputy Manager of the Insurance Department. He then worked for various brokerage firms as Director of Nuclear Risks at Assurances Saint-Honoré, Account Director for the Property & Casualty Department within the Bessé firm and Director of Marketing and Sales Development at Marsh. In 2004, he was appointed as Risk & Insurance Director for the Areva group and became a member of the Board of Directors of EMANI, the European Mutual Association for Nuclear Insurance, in 2005.


About SIACI SAINT HONORE
SIACI SAINT HONORE, one of the leading providers of brokerage and consulting services in the French insurance market, supports large and mid-cap companies in the management of their property and personal insurance risks in France and around the world. The Group designs and develops customized solutions for its corporate clients in Property & Casualty, Marine, International Mobility, Employee Benefits, Retirement and HR Strategy & Total Rewards. SIACI SAINT HONORE’s services encompass the entire value chain from risk management consulting to the management of insurance plans. The firm has currently almost 1,600 employees worldwide, insures 1.3 million individuals in France and abroad and reported turnover of €259 million in 2014.

 

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