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SCOR promotes Emmanuel Grandjean to Head of P&C Risks

12th May 2021 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Global reinsurer SCOR has promoted its Deputy Chief Retrocession Officer, Emmanuel Grandjean, to a new position as Head of Property and Casualty (P&C) Risks, based in Paris.

Grandjean has 15 years of experience in re/insurance industry, with experience across Life, P&C and Asset business.

Notably, he has been one of the key people involved in SCOR’s capital markets retrocessional risk transfer over the years, including its Atlas catastrophe bond program.

Having joined SCOR in 2012, Grandjean initially served for four years as P&C Retrocession Modeling Manager,

In this role, he was involved in the renewal of SCOR Global P&C ’s external Natural Catastrophe non-proportional retrocession covers, including both traditional and non-traditional covers such as cat bonds, sidecars and other collateralized contracts.


Following this, he transitioned to Senior Retrocession Account Manager in 2016, assuming responsibility for SCOR Global P&C’s property proportional and non-proportional retrocession covers and its cyber reinsurance program. 

Prior to SCOR, Grandjean spent five years at Groupama SA, first in an Asset & Liability Management role and later as an Actuary. He began his career in 2005 as a Financial Planner at Cetelem.

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