The secretary general of insurance think tank The Geneva Association is stepping down.
According to the association’s announcement, Anna Maria D’Hulster has decided to resign for personal reasons. She will serve as secretary general until the end of February.
“We are grateful for the leadership that Anna Maria has demonstrated over the last four years,” commented Charles Brindamour, chairman ad interim of The Geneva Association.
“We are committed to building on Anna Maria’s success to expand The Geneva Association’s reach and expertise as the thought leader on global trends and as a strong advocate for our industry. We wish her all the best in her future endeavours.”
Described as having transformed the association by “giving it a strategic refresh and strengthening its positioning,” D’Hulster was appointed by the board of directors in 2014. The search for her replacement has begun.