Howden France announces the appointment of Olivier Guénot as director of claims and civil liability for ETIs and SMEs/SMIs. Martin de Font-Reaulx will report to him.
Relentlessly pursuing its recruitment campaign in the tricolor market, Howden France announces that Olivier Guénot has joined its ranks as director of claims and civil liability for ETIs and SMEs/SMIs.
This last “will be supported in his action by our current teams and especially by Martin de Font-Reaulx, Martin reports to him and continues to lead our department in Paris”comments Nicolas Aubert, CEO of Howden France.
Olivier Guénot will be responsible for recruiting new colleagues, in Paris and in the regions. Aim, maintain the proximity between the broker and his clients. “And this is in line with our desire to have strong regional offices that are well established locally”continues Howden France in a press release.
Olivier Guénot began his career in 1985 at Gras Savoye (now WTW France) as an industrial risk account manager. He then joined Marsh France in 1989 as technical manager of property damage. He then became mid-market technical manager for Aon France between 2003 and 2009. He then joined Diot SA as technical director and then as EMS director and member of the executive committee.
Appointed deputy director of the group in 2019, he took over the EMS management of Diot-LSN. Since 2021, Olivier Guénot has been the EMS Director of Diot-Siaci (Burrus Group). He was responsible for the property and casualty middle market for national and international ETIs/SMEs/SMIs.
“I am delighted that Olivier is joining us to lead our business on the basis of enterprise risk, which is property damage and liability. These domains will be rolled out to all our offices in the regions and of course in Paris,” concludes Nicolas Aubert.