AXA XL appoints head of risk consulting

AXA XL has promoted Jonathan Salter to head of risk consulting, effective 1 October, replacing Corinne Vitrac.

Vitrac has moved to AXA Group to take up a position as head of Group P&C Risk Management.

Salter has been deputy CEO of AXA XL Risk Consulting since 2018, and joined XL Catlin in 2016. He has more than 20 years experience in the industry, including establishing RSA’s multi-line risk engineering capabilities.

As head of risk consulting Salter will “drive AXA XL Risk Consulting’s strategy and value proposition globally” according to the organisation.

Nancy Bewlay, chief underwriting officer, said that Salter’s experience will help AXA XL during the time of Covid-19.

“As the Covid-19 crisis continues to challenge the way companies operate, loss prevention has never been more important. Jonathan’s extensive experience, innovative approach and proven track record position him ideally to lead AXA XL Risk Consulting, which has, since March, been offering remote services, including site analysis. Our remote, tech-enabled capabilities have been extremely well received by clients and now form a key part of our product suite.”

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