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Chubb makes two senior leisure travel appointments

21st January 2021 - Author: Luke Gallin

Global re/insurer Chubb has named Shane Guerin as Head of Travel for UK and Ireland, and Ruben Rivero as Head of Travel for Continental Europe.

ChubbGuerin currently serves as Accident and Health Manager for Ireland, and now takes on the additional responsibilities for the strategic development and growth of the firm’s leisure travel insurance operation in the UK and Ireland.

He will report to Janene Blizzard, Vice President, Accident & Health UK and Ireland, Eurasia & Africa, Chubb, and also Alex Blake, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Travel.

As Head of Travel for Continental Europe, Rivero takes on responsibility for leading and developing leisure travel business across the region, having previously served as interim Regional Head of Travel.

In his new role, Rivero will report to Florian Eisele, Director and Senior Vice President of Accident and Health, Continental Europe, and also Global Head of Travel, Blake.

Commenting on the appointments, Blizzard and Eisele said: “We are delighted to welcome Ruben and Shane to their new roles. They bring a wealth of experience to the team during a time where we see real opportunity for our travel business, as we look to build new corporate travel solutions as well as using our existing expertise with airlines and alternative distribution partners to deliver, in partnership, solutions to their customers.”

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