SPB Polska – Appointments and evolution of the Supervisory Board

23/01/2018

Press release

Published by SPB

The SPB Group, European leader in affinity insurance and services, is announcing that Tomasz Ilczuk is promoted Chairman of the Management Board of SPB Polska - the subsidiary operating in Polska - and Nicolas Gervais member of the Management Board.

Besides, Jean-Marie Guian (Chairman of the Management Board of the SPB group), Dominique Guian (President of the Supervisory Board of the SPB group), François Commune (Managing Director, Finance and Alliances of the SPB Group) and Romuald Censier (Key Account Director of the SPB Group) are now members of the Supervisory Board of SPB Polska.

Holding two masters, one in Management and the other in Bank, Finance & Insurance at University of Caen (France), Tomasz Ilczuk began his career for THEAM SAS as Country Manager in order to identify and develop the potential for a new market in Poland. In 2011, he joined SPB Polska as Key Account Manager, then as Sales Director.

Graduated of a master of Management at Kedge Business School, Nicolas Gervais began his career in 2009 in SPB Group as Operations Manager for our Swiss subsidiary. He joined SPB Polska in 2015 as Business Development Manager, then as Project Management Director.

« I am delighted to appoint Tomasz as Chairman and Nicolas as Member of the Management Board of SPB Polska. They made an active contribution to develop new products, new services and new partnerships on the Polish market. Their in-depth knowledge of our insurance and service businesses and of the market in Poland are a huge strenght for pursuing the development of SPB's commercial activities in this territory, which is one of our key markets, and the consolidation of our relations with our current key account partners », said Jean-Marie Guian, Chairman of the Management Board of the SPB group.

A complete biography and a photography are available upon request.

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