New Chief Risk Officer for CEE and Czech Republic
08 September 2017
Marcela Středová will be appointed as new Chief Risk Officer of Generali CEE Holding as well as of Česká pojišťovna and Generali Pojišťovna.
Prague - As of 1 October 2017 Marcela Středová will be appointed as new Chief Risk Officer of Generali CEE Holding as well as of Česká pojišťovna and Generali Pojišťovna. She will also join the Executive Committee of Generali CEE Holding.
In these roles she will succeed Milan Novotný who will become the Country Chief Risk Officer of Generali Germany.
The Chief Executive Officer of Generali CEE Holding, Luciano Cirinà, commented: “It’s a great proof of our capabilities to have a manager like Milan appointed to such an important position in one of the Group’s biggest markets. And I am very happy that with Marcela we have a very proper successor available internally for this important role.”
Marcela Středová (41) is Chief Actuary of Generali CEE Holding as well as of Česká pojišťovna and Generali Pojišťovna since 2013. She started her career in the insurance industry in 2000 and joined the Group company Česká pojišťovna as actuary in 2002. Marcela studied at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University in Prague (doctorate exam: Specialization: Econometrics, Insurance) and holds an Executive MBA degree of the US Business School Prague. Marcela Středová is member of the Czech Society of Actuaries since 2003. She is married with two children.
THE GENERALI GROUP
Generali is an independent, Italian Group, with a strong international presence. Established in 1831, it is among the world’s leading insurers and it is present in over 60 countries with total premium income exceeding €70 billion in 2016. With over 74,000 employees in the world, and 55 million clients, the Group has a leading position in Western Europe and an increasingly significant presence in the markets of Central and Eastern Europe and in Asia. In 2017 Generali Group was included among the most sustainable companies in the world by the Corporate Knights ranking.
In Central Eastern Europe the Group operates through its holding company Generali CEE Holding in 10 countries being one of the top three insurance operators in the region.