Natixis Assurances: Nathalie Broutèle appointed Head of Non-life insurance and Christophe Le Pape appointed Head of Life insurance

Paris, France, June 28, 2016

Nathalie Broutèle has been appointed Head of Non-life insurance at Natixis Assurances, replacing Paul Kerangueven. Christophe Le Pape has been appointed Head of Life insurance at Natixis Assurances and replaces Nathalie Broutèle.

Both will take on their roles as of November 1, 2016 and will report to Jean-François Lequoy, Head of the Insurance division at Natixis.

Nathalie Broutèle began her career in 1987 in market research for insurance company Mutuelles du Mans, then worked at Sovac until 1991. She joined Fructivie, the insurance subsidiary of Banques Populaires in 1991 as the Head of Marketing and Communications. She subsequently held various roles in Management Control, Customer Services and IT Systems, before being appointed Deputy CEO of Natixis Assurances in 2003, then CEO in 2006. She has been a member of Natixis’ Executive Committee since 2010 and has been in charge of Life insurance in the Insurance division since 2014.

Nathalie Broutèle, 52, holds a degree from Neoma Business School.

 

 

Christophe Le Pape began his career in 1995 as an actuary at Fructivie, and then joined KPMG Peat Marwick in 1999 as a consulting engineer. One year later, he was appointed Chief Financial Officer of La Mondiale Partenaire. At the end of 2005, he joined the Management Committee of Natixis Assurances as Head of ALM. As such, he was in charge of investments and risk management and he headed the Solvency II program. In 2012, Christophe joined the Executive Committee of Natixis Assurances as Head of Strategy, Investments, Risks and Financial Engineering. He was appointed Deputy CEO of Natixis Assurances in December 2013 and was in charge of the “Assurément#2016” project, which aimed at rolling out new personal insurance policies in the Caisse d’Epargne retail network as of January 1, 2016. In 2015, he was appointed Deputy CEO of life insurer BPCE Vie and personal protection insurer BPCE Prévoyance, as well as CEO of customer service and expertise center BPCE Relation Assurances.

Christophe Le Pape, 45, is a graduate of CNAM (DESE in Actuarial Science), of ISFA (Institut de Science Financière et d’Assurances) and of HEC’s Executive MBA.

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