MS Amlin Insurance has announced the appointment of Ludovic Sénécaut as CEO and Rogier Peters as chief risk officer (CRO).
Sénécaut succeeds interim CEO Rudy Benmeridja who will return to his role of chief underwriting officer for P&C Europe and country manager for Belgium.
Sénécaut spent over 15 years at Euler Hermes Group and has held a number of senior positions such as group COO, CEO Northern and Eastern Europe. Latterly he served as chief executive officer for the Kerudys Group.
Peters replaces CRO Martyn Rodden, who will transition to a new role as deputy CEO of MS AUL. He is a qualified actuary who joins from Ageas UK where he served as CRO. He has held a number of senior risk positions in the insurance sector internationally and across Ageas Group.
Peer van Harten, chairman, MS AISE said: “I am delighted to announce a series of strong appointments to MS AISE’s Board and Management Committee that will significantly strengthen MS AISE’s business.
“As our new CEO, Ludovic’s experience, expertise and strong leadership track-record will be key to our growth and success in Europe, while Rogier’s strong technical expertise and industry and leadership experience will be integral to executing the business’s strategy. I am looking forward to working closely with them both and the new highly experienced MS AISE non-executive board members.”
He added: “I would like to thank Rudy and Martyn for their contributions as interim CEO and CRO respectively. Their dedication and commitment to the business has been integral during this period and I am confident they will continue to excel as they take on other responsibilities within the business.”