AXA is looking to the future. A few months before the end of its strategic plan, the leading French insurer is reshuffling its general management to prepare the next step.
"2023 is a pivotal year for Axa," explains Thomas Buberl, CEO of Axa. It marks the end of our driving process plan, which we expect to exceed financial targets, and precedes the launch of a new strategic cycle for the next three years." The group is targeting an operating profit of 7.5 billion euros this year.
Several major changes are on the agenda. Guillaume Borie, only 37 years old, replaces Patrick Cohen at the head of Axa France, the insurer's largest subsidiary. "I was about the same age when I took the reins of Axa's Swiss subsidiary," says Thomas Buberl.
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Promotion of internal talent
Guillaume Borie, with a dazzling career, joined the group in 2009 as a communications officer. He became Chief of Staff to former CEO Henri...
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