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MAXIS Global Benefits Network shakes up leadership structure

MAXIS Global Benefits Network shakes up leadership structure | Insurance Business

MAXIS Global Benefits Network shakes up leadership structure
After completing its move to new London headquarters, MAXIS Global Benefits Network has shaken up its leadership structure.

The international employee benefits joint venture between insurance giants AXA and MetLife has picked up Jerome Picon as its head of finance and operations, as well as promoting Patsy Langridge to the position of global director of marketing and communications. Together they will join the firm’s CEO Mauro Dugulin; head of business development Andrew Stocker; and head of technical and services Matthias Helmbold in forming the firm’s leadership team. In addition, Dr Leena Johns has been promoted to head of health and wellness.

According to Dugulin, the completion of the leadership team was the final element of a major investment programme as the organisation looks to capitalise on strong global demand for employee benefits solutions.

“As MAXIS GBN looks to become the leading employee benefits network it is only right that we have the best management team in place,” he said. “Each has the extensive experience and market knowledge needed to help us fulfil our growth aspirations in 2017 and our commitment to deliver the best service and products for our global member insurance firms and our mutual clients.”

Jerome Picon joins MAXIS GBN from AXA Bank Europe, where he had been chief financial officer and executive board member for its Hungarian Branch since August 2013; Patsy Langridge previously held senior marketing positions in the asset management industry for BMO Global Asset Management, M&G Investments and HSBC Global Asset Management; while Dr Leena Johns MD was previously medical director for MAXIS.


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