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NN appoints Anna Grzelonska as new CEO

Anna Grzelonska, currently Chief Operating Officer of Nationale Nederlanden Polonia, was appointed as the new CEO of NN Asigurari de Viata, with effect from 1 July 2017. She is replacing Marius Popescu, who was appointed general manager of NN Hayat ve Emeklilik Turcia as of 1 April 2017.

2017-05-31 14:34:57

Anna Grzelonska is part of the NN team since 2008, occupying the position of Marketing Services and Communications Director and having responsibilities in the organization′s commercial area until 2014 when she was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Nationale Nederalanden in Poland. In this position, Anna Grzelonska played a key role in the strategy of creating customer-relevant experiences and repositioning NN on the bancassurance segment, part of Poland′s life insurance market.

As CEO of NN Asigurari de Viata, she will lead the local team, focusing on further developing the company and strengthening its competitive advantages on the Romanian market.

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