Julien Ramillon, Deputy General Manager, will take over the responsibilities of Horatiu Nicolae, Groupama Asigurari National Sales Director

Groupama Asigurari announces that starting August 1st 2017, Julien Ramillon, Deputy General Manager, will take over the responsibilities of Horatiu Rosca, National Sales Director, as he will go on a leave of absence for personal reasons.

In all its activities, Groupama is together with both clients and employees in the truly important moments of their lives. We are one of the leading companies of the local insurance market and we would not have been here without the support and active involvement of our 1500 employees across the country.

“Because we truly care about both the professional and personal development of our employees, we are always by their sides when they need our support. Today we are facing such a moment. Horatiu Rosca, Groupama’s National Sales Director, is going to become a parent soon and will, therefore, go on a one-year paternity leave, starting from August 1st 2017. Horaţiu has been part of our company for 15 years, contributing significantly to the company’s performances in all these years. We are looking forward to his return to the company, so we can continue writing our successful story together.” said François Coste, CEO, Groupama Asigurari.

During his absence, Horaţiu’s responsibilities will be taken over by Julien Ramillion, recently appointed Deputy General Manager, position currently under validation from the Financial Supervisiory Authority. Julien joined Groupama team in November 2014, already knowing really well the company and actively contributing to its performances.

Sales operations will continue as usual, as all the company’s activities have the target to achieve the goal of being Romanian’s most preferred insurance company. We offer continuity through products and services that answer our clients’ and partners’ needs, in line with our values—proximity, responsibility, solidarity, and performance.

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