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Generali appoints three regional CEOs

1 April 2015

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On April 1, 2015, Generali appointed three new regional Chief Executive Officers: Jack Howell for Asia, Antonio Cassio dos Santos for the Americas, and Jaime Anchustegui for the EMEA region.
Jack Howell, 44, a U.S. citizen, holds an MBA from the University of Chicago School of Business. Howell worked for AIG, where he held several positions including Deputy Chairman of Strategic Operations and Chairman and CEO of Philam Plans, an insurance company based in the Philippines; in 2008 he was appointed CEO of Prudential Vietnam.
Antonio Cassio dos Santos, 50, a Brazilian citizen, holds an MBA and a Diploma in Latin America Affairs from Vanderbilt University. From 2000 to 2011 he was CEO of Mapfre in Brazil, before being appointed as Chairman and General Insurance CEO for Zurich Latin America.
Jaime Anchustegui, 53, holds a degree from the Technical University of Madrid and spent the majority of his career within the Generali Group. From 2008 to 2013 he was CEO of Generali Spain, and then was appointed Latin America Regional Officer.
Generali is organized in seven markets: Italy, France, Germany, CEE, EMEA, Asia, and the Americas. In addition, an international business unit manages three global business lines: Corporate & Commercial, Europ Assistance and Generali Employee Benefits (GEB).


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