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Henning Haagen appointed as new Chief Underwriting Officer Specialty on the AGCS Board

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  • Henning Haagen is currently Regional Head of Specialty and Northeast Zone Executive for AGCS North America and will become Chief Underwriting Officer Specialty effective March 1, 2020.

  • Haagen brings extensive experience in international Underwriting and Reinsurance business.

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE (AGCS), the corporate insurance carrier of Allianz Group, appoints Henning Haagen as Chief Underwriting Officer Specialty and member of the Board of Management, subject to regulatory approval. Effective March 1, 2020, Haagen will succeed Paul O’Neill, who left AGCS in 2019.

As Chief Underwriting Officer Specialty, Haagen will take over responsibility for AGCS’ Aviation, Entertainment, Marine and Mid Corporate Lines of Business. He will also oversee the AGCS Global Underwriting Integrity and Solutions function, which establishes common underwriting practices across all AGCS lines of business and in line with Allianz Group Property & Casualty standards, and the AGCS Underwriting Academy, which offers expert trainings to AGCS staff.

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Haagen is currently AGCS’ Regional Head of Specialty and also Northeast Zone Executive for North America, a role he has held since January 2017. An announcement will be made at a later date on a successor to his current roles.

Prior to his current role, Haagen has had several senior roles at AGCS such as Global Head of Aviation, Chief Aviation Underwriting Officer for the EMEA and Asia Pacific regions, Global Head of Reinsurance and Head of Aviation Reinsurance Underwriting. He has over 20 years’ underwriting experience, and before joining AGCS, Henning worked for GE Frankona Reinsurance AG,Augsburg Re and Gerling Insurance and Reinsurance.

Joachim Mueller, AGCS Chief Executive Officer notes, “We need strong focus on underwriting at Board level, and Henning brings much experience in this area, with many years in the international Specialty and Reinsurance business. He will take responsibility for a key part of our business, and I look forward to working with him to manage our global portfolio with a continued focus on underwriting excellence and profitability.”

 

About Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS)

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) is a leading global corporate insurance carrier and a key business unit of Allianz Group. We provide risk consultancy, Property-Casualty insurance solutions and alternative risk transfer for a wide spectrum of commercial, corporate and specialty risks across 12 dedicated lines of business.

Our customers are as diverse as business can be, ranging from Fortune Global 500 companies to small businesses, and private individuals. Among them are not only the world’s largest consumer brands, tech companies and the global aviation and shipping industry, but also wineries, satellite operators or Hollywood film productions. They all look to AGCS for smart answers to their largest and most complex risks in a dynamic, multinational business environment and trust us to deliver an outstanding claims experience.

Worldwide, AGCS operates with its own teams in 33 countries and through the Allianz Group network and partners in over 200 countries and territories, employing over 4,400 people. As one of the largest Property-Casualty units of Allianz Group, we are backed by strong and stable financial ratings. In 2018, AGCS generated a total of €8.2 billion gross premium globally.

For more information please visit http://www.agcs.allianz.com/ or follow us on Twitter @AGCS_Insurance and LinkedIn.

Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS)

 

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