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Generali hires Wekkeli as Head of Property Underwriting, Germany

7th May 2021 - Author: Katie Baker

Generali’s P&C unit Global Corporate & Commercial (GC&C) has appointed Marc Wekkeli as new Head of Property Underwriting in Germany to further enhance strategy execution.

generaliWekkeli will be responsible for ensuring technical excellence and profitability of the German property portfolio.

With over 25 years of international experience in the insurance industry, he has developed underwriting experience in several property-related lines, holding leadership roles of increasing responsibility at Swiss Re in Germany, the US, in Singapore and Australia.

Wekkeli will directly report to the Head of GC&C Germany Hans-Peter Klebe.

Hans-Peter Klebe, Head of GC&C Germany, commented: “We are very pleased to welcome Marc Wekkeli as our new Head of Property Underwriting in Germany.

“This appointment reflects our dedication to further ensure profitable in the German market. Marc comes with a significant wealth of knowledge of the insurance industry and a vast international experience.

“I am truly confident he will represent a great added value to our German team, and we look forward to increasingly enhance and develop our property portfolio, while continue offering unmatched global insurance solutions to help our clients’ business succeed.”

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