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Chubb promotes Neil Beaumont to the role of Global Accounts Manager, South Africa
Jan 25, 2017

Johannesburg (January, 25) - Chubb today announced the promotion of Neil Beaumont, currently Business Development Manager for South Africa, to the newly created role of Global Accounts Manager for South Africa, as it continues to invest in its insurance and service capabilities for multinational clients and brokers in the South African market.

In his new role, Neil will be responsible for the management and profitable growth of Chubb’s global accounts business in South Africa. He will also be responsible for the coordination of underwriting, claims and support functions in this area, ensuring high quality service is delivered to brokers and clients. Neil retains his responsibilities as Business Development Manager. He will continue to be based in Chubb’s Johannesburg office, reporting into Gary Jack, Country President for Chubb in South Africa. 

Neil joined Chubb eight years ago as a Corporate Business Development Underwriter in the Accident and Health Team. He has held various underwriting and business development roles in the company.

Gary Jack, Country President for Chubb in South Africa said:

South African corporates invested 55% more funds into outbound mergers and acquisitions in 2016 than in 2013, owing to an increasing appetite to look abroad for investments.* South Africa is home to an ever increasing number of multi-national businesses, diversified across the African continent and markets worldwide.”

“This newly created role reflects the increasing demand we are seeing from South African clients for comprehensive, compliant multinational insurance solutions. Neil, with his proven management skills and market knowledge, has been instrumental in building our multinational capabilities and communicating solutions to brokers and clients to manage their overseas risks with confidence. I look forward to working with him in his new role.”

* Source:. http://www.africanlawbusiness.com/news/6934-doing-the-deal


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