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AXA Singapore appoints Julien Callard MD, retail and health

9th March 2020 - Author: Charlie Wood

AXA Insurance Singapore, part of AXA Group, has appointed JulienJulien Callard Callard as managing director, retail and health.

Effective immediately, Callard will lead the Retail and Health strategic business unit, with responsibility for driving growth of AXA’s retail business and health business as well as the respective distribution functions.

This includes developing a differentiated value proposition and offerings that will strengthen its position as a health partner to its customers.

The appointment is part of a broader strategy to streamline and strengthen AXA’s business by merging its retail and health strategic business units.

Callard joined AXA Singapore as managing director, retail in November 2019 and is a member of the Executive Committee, reporting to Jean Drouffe, Chief Executive Officer, AXA Singapore.

“Over the past 20 years, Julien has held several leadership roles across the AXA Group and developed deep and extensive knowledge of the business,” said Drouffe.

“With his proven track record, I am confident that he will be able to build on today’s foundation and accelerate our retail and health business toward our ambitions, in line with our commitment to empower people to live better lives. We look forward to his continued contributions in this new role.”

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