New era of development for the French multinational insurance giant
The Board of Directors of CNP Assurances, the parent company of the leading Cypriot insurance group CNP Cyprus, by a recent decision appointed Mr. Stéphane Dedeyan to the position of CEO of CNP Assurances in France. He replaces Antoine Lissowski, whose term ends next April and who will retire.
The Board of Directors of CNP Assurances expressed special thanks to Mr. Antoine Lissowski, for his important action in the transformation and development of the Group. He also contributed to the rapprochement process with La Banque Postale to form a leading “bank insurance group” capable of creating value for all stakeholders.
Véronique Weill, Chairman of the Board of CNP Assurances, commented: “With his experience, values, personal skills and exceptional knowledge of the insurance industry, Stéphane Dedeyan has our full confidence in developing the CNP Assurances strategy and accelerate the transformation of business operations in the well-understood interest of its customers and partners. “We are convinced that, together with La Banque Postale, it will make a significant contribution to creating a European leader in the banking and insurance industry.”
About CNP ASSURANCES :
CNP ASSURANCES is a leading personal insurance provider in France and operates in 19 countries in Europe and Latin America. It has a dynamic presence in Cyprus as the exclusive shareholder of the CNP CYPRUS INSURANCE HOLDINGS Group. The CNP CYPRUS Group includes the insurance companies CNP CYPRIALIFE (in the Life and Health sector) and CNP INSURANCE (in the General sector), as well as CNP ZOIS and CNP INSURANCE (Branch) in Greece.
CNP ASSURANCES, as an insurer, co-insurer and reinsurer, designs innovative personal risk / protection and savings / retirement solutions. The Group has 38 million customers worldwide, who hold personal insurance contracts and 12 million customers who maintain savings and retirement plans.
CNP Assurances is listed on the Paris Stock Exchange. The Group reported a net profit of 1.35 billion euros in 2020.