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SCOR reinforces its Chief Sustainability Officer’s teams

SCOR reinforces its Chief Sustainability Officer’s teams
10-01-22 / Tau kaVodloza

SCOR reinforces its Chief Sustainability Officer’s teams

SCOR, the world’s fourth-largest reinsurer has announced a number of key senior appointments aimed at strengthening its global sustainability team. The company that states on its website that it offers diversified, innovative solutions and services to help its clients control and manage risk, announced seven new appointments in a bid to drive its sustainability ambitions and support its upcoming strategic plan.

SCOR announced Michèle Lacroix, as Group Head of Sustainability, to oversee an extended team of experts dedicated to Sustainability, including sustainable business, corporate sustainability, reporting and ESG data. They will focus on how to support SCOR in its sustainable development which is a key success factor for its upcoming strategic plan. Michèle joined SCOR in 2008 as Chief Investment Officer at SCOR Global Investments and has since held various roles within the Investments business unit. She became Head of Group Investment Office in 2014 and became Head of Group Investment Risk & Sustainability in 2019. 

In this new team, Paul Nunn, currently Head of ESG within the P&C Business Unit, is promoted to Head of Sustainable Insurance. Paul joined SCOR in 2011 as Global Head of Catastrophe Risk Modelling, following senior roles at Lloyd’s and in the London insurance market. Yun Wai Song, currently Head of Market Risk & Sustainability, is promoted to Head of Sustainable Investment. Yun joined SCOR Global Investments in 2009 as Head of Market Risk, following various roles in the asset management industry. Paul and Yun will use their deep expertise to reconcile business constraints with ambitious sustainability objectives. Andreas Frank, currently CEO of SCOR Switzerland and CFO of Switzerland and Germany, is promoted to Head of Corporate Sustainability. His strong knowledge in operations and finance will support SCOR’s sustainable journey.

Nathalie Mikaeloff, as Group Head of Communications & Marketing - she will be in charge of internal and external Communications as well as Global Marketing. Nathalie joined SCOR in 2014 as Global Head of Marketing for P&C, leading the client management initiative and developing a client engagement approach and tools, including CRM-Salesforce. By combining Communications and Marketing forces, new synergies will emerge through the management of the entire value chain: from strategic positioning to brand & content management, leveraging a multiformat and multichannel approach.

Within this new extended team, the current Group Communications team will work alongside Natasha Ashe-Suber, currently AVP Client Marketing and Communities for the U.S. Life & Health unit, who is promoted to Head of Marketing for Life & Health, and Alixane Dauger, currently Deputy Head of Marketing P&C, who is promoted to Head of Marketing Property & Casualty. Natasha joined SCOR in 2020 to lead client marketing & communities for SGL U.S. 

Claire Le Gall-Robinson, Group Chief Sustainability Officer, commented: “These new positions are key to drive our sustainability journey and to support our upcoming strategic plan. I am particularly proud that these new positions are being filled through internal promotions, demonstrating continuity and highlighting the Group’s deep talent bench.”

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