Helvetia makes its business in Spain independent, with Juan Estallo as CEO, and changes position to Eyries

Eyries, CEO of Caser, will leave his position at the beginning of 2025 to assume the presidency of non-insurance companies.

Helvetia makes its business in Spain independent, with Juan Estallo as CEO, and changes position to Eyries

Eyries, CEO of Caser, will leave his position at the beginning of 2025 to assume the presidency of non-insurance companies

MADRID, 16 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -

Helvetia has decided to convert its business in Spain into an independent segment, with Juan Estallo as CEO, while announcing that Caser's CEO, Ignacio Eyries, will leave his position at the beginning of 2025 to assume the presidency of the non-EU companies. insurers.

The company announced this Thursday that it is adapting its corporate structure "to better accommodate its transformation in recent years from a Swiss insurer to a group with a strong international presence."

According to Helvetia, the new configuration will reinforce the company's international orientation, streamline its management and ensure proximity to the customer. A significant part of the adjustments, the company details, refers to the Spanish market, where the Helvetia group is present with Helvetia Seguros and Caser.

Specifically, as of July 1, 2024, Spain will become an independent segment and will be represented on the group's management committee, being for the company "a change that reflects the importance of Helvetia's second largest market."

Thus, the market units Helvetia Seguros and Caser will report to the CEO of Spain in the future.

Specifically, the Spain segment will be led by Juan Estallo, who was previously CEO of Liberty Seguros Europe, and will join Helvetia as of September 1, 2024.

Until then, the CEOs of Helvetia Seguros and Caser will report directly to the Group CEO, Fabian Rupprecht.

On the other hand, Caser's CEO, Ignacio Eyries, will leave his position at the beginning of 2025, which he has held since 2002. However, he will be responsible for the management of Caser until the end of 2024 and will then assume the role of president of Caser. the companies in Caser's non-insurance business.

In this context, Helvetia assures that the succession of Ignacio Eyries as CEO of Caser "will be announced later."

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