London
10 April 2017
Reporter: Becky Butcher
New leadership structure for Maxis GBN
Maxis Global Benefits Network (GBN), the joint venture between MetLife and AXA, has confirmed its new global leadership team.

As part of the new structure, Mauro Dugulin will serve as CEO, Andrew Stocker as head of business development, and Matthias Hembold as head of technical and services.

Maxis GBN also recruited Jerome Picon, who will serve as its head of finance and operations, while Patsy Langridge has been promoted to global director of marketing and communications.

Leena Johns has been promoted to head of health and wellness, in addition to her existing role at MetLife’s global healthcare team.

According to Maxis GBN, the completion of the leadership structure is the “final element of a major investment programme in staff, technology, branding and product development”.

In February, Maxis GBN opened its new global headquarters in London and revealed the launch of its new IT platform, Bridge.

After gaining 50 new clients last year, the company is targeting 20 percent growth in overall volume of premiums in 2017.

According to Maxis GBN, the new company will look to increase its global market share, particularly with existing clients, as well as building on relationships with employee benefit consultants.

The company is planning to target markets including the US, France, Germany, the UK, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

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