AXA Mansard Insurance Appoints Kuldeep Kaushik as Non-Executive Following recent Resignations
With effect from December 30th 2020, two Non-Executive Directors on the Board of AXA Mansard Insurance Plc resigned. Their names are Mr Lesley Ndlovu and Mr Thomas Wilkinson. To this end, the insurance firm issued a statement confirming their resignation, whilst commending their contributions towards growing the company.
In the same statement which was sent to the Nigerian Stock Exchange and seen by Business Elites Africa, AXA Mansard Insurance Plc announced the appointment of Mr Kuldeep Kaushik. He joined the Board as a Non-Executive Director after his appointment was confirmed by the National Insurance Commission, NAICOM.
“Mr. Kuldeep Kaushik joins the Board of AXA Mansard Insurance as a Non-Executive Director and his appointment has been duly approved by NAICOM. Mr. Kushik has over 18 years’ experience in corporate & business strategy, business transformation and operational excellence, business development, program management, change management and technology consulting. He also has extensive experience in Life, Savings and Health Insurance businesses. His appointment has been duly approved by National Insurance Commission,” said part of the statement which was signed by the Company Secretary, Mrs Omowunmi Mabel Adewusi.
Note that most of Kaushik’s 18-year-long career has been within the AXA Mansard Group. He currently serves as the Chief Operating, Customer & Transformation Officer at AXA International & New Markets, a position he took up in May 2020. Prior to joining the company in June 2010 as the Chief of Staff to COO of AXA Global Life and Savings, he worked as a Project Manager at Perot Systems (January 2006 to December 2008) and as a Business Analyst at Infosys between January 2001 and January 2004.
He graduated with a BE in Metallurgical Engineering from the National Institute of Technology Dargapur (2000) and later obtained an MBA in Strategy from HEC in Paris.
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