Italian insurer Generali has announced the appointments of Francesco Martorana as Group Chief Investment Officer, Bruno Servant as CEO of Generali Insurance Asset Management (GIAM), and Tim Rainsford as CEO of Generali Investments Partners.
In his new position, Martorana will to Sandro Panizza, Group Chief Insurance & Investment Officer, and take responsibility for steering, coordinating and monitoring all investment activities for Generali’s insurance portfolios.
Since 2019, Martorana has held the position of CEO of GIAM, before which he was Head of Investments at Generali Investments Europe since 2017.
He joined the Generali Group in 2013 as Head of Group Asset Liability Management & Strategic Asset Allocation and previously held several positions at Allianz Group, both in Italy and Germany.
Servant, meanwhile, will take over responsibility for the development of investment solutions for Generali’s insurance companies as well as third party insurance players and pension funds.
He joined Generali Group in 2012 as CIO of Generali France and since 2018 has also held the role of Head of Group Investment Management Solutions. Previously, he was Deputy CEO of UBS Global AM France and CEO of Deutsche Asset Management France.
And finally, Rainsford will retain his role as Global Head of Sales of Generali Investments Partners, while also assuming responsibility for steering the product and sales efforts of the Asset & Wealth Management business unit.
Rainsford joined Generali Investments Partners in September 2020 as Global Head of Sales. Prior to this, he was Group Head of Distribution and Marketing at GAM Investments and has previously spent 13 years at Man Investments Ltd.