AXA XL has appointed Jonathan Salter as head of risk consulting, effective October 1.
Salter succeeds Corinne Vitrac, who has moved to AXA Group as head of group P&C risk management. In his new role he will drive AXA XL risk consulting’s strategy globally, working closely with AXA XL’s underwriting and claims teams.
Salter is currently deputy chief executive of AXA XL risk consulting, a role that he has held since 2018. He has more than 20 years of experience in risk consulting, and joined XL Catlin in 2016 as head of property risk engineering. Before that he helped establish and led RSA’s multi-line risk engineering capabilities and co-founded Elciem, a private property risk engineering firm.
Nancy Bewlay, global chief underwriting officer at AXA XL, said: “As the COVID-19 crisis continues to challenge the way companies operate, loss prevention has never been more important. [Salter’s] extensive experience, innovative approach and proven track record position him ideally to lead AXA XL risk consulting.”
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