Christian Strasser takes over Aca presidency

The Aca has renewed its board of directors. Christian Strasser takes over as Aca president. Photo: Matic Zorman/Maison Moderne/archives

The Aca has renewed its board of directors. Christian Strasser takes over as Aca president. Photo: Matic Zorman/Maison Moderne/archives

The Aca has elected Christian Strasser as its new president for the next two years. He had already held this position from 2018 to 2020.

Christian StrasserChristian Strasser has been appointed for a second term. The CEO of Lalux, who had been president of the Association of Insurance and Reinsurance Companies (Aca) from 2018 to 2020, was re-elected to this position at the association’s 67th ordinary general meeting. This will be for a period of two years.

He replaces Marc LauerMarc Lauer, who took over the presidency for the fourth time in 2022 following the departure of Christian Gibot.

Christian Strasser began his career at Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (BIL) in 1994, passing through several departments before joining the management committee in 2010 and taking responsibility for the branch network, direct banking and marketing in 2012. He joined Lalux in 2015.

Octavie DexantOctavie Dexant (AXA Assurances Luxembourg), Marc Lauer (Groupe Foyer) and Nicolas Limbourg (Vitis Life) share the vice presidency of the association. Marc HengenMarc Hengen is managing director.

The rest of the board of directors is composed of: Alain Nicolai (Baloise Assurances Luxembourg), Alexandre Draznieks (Cardif Lux Vie), Florent AlbertFlorent Albert (Lombard International Assurance), Réjean Besner (Swiss Re Europe), Andrea Schmid (Hiscox), Guy Van den Bosch (CALI Europe), Jean EliaJean Elia (Sogelife), Pascal Herrmann (The Shipowners’ Mutual Protection and Indemnity Association Luxembourg), Julie Dubuisson (Convex Europe), Loïc Le FollLoïc Le Foll (La Mondiale Europartner), Amandine Motte (CNA Insurance Company Europe), Xavier NevezXavier Nevez (Zurich Eurolife) and Eric Winter (Allianz Life Luxembourg).

In addition, the ACA has 14 deputy directors and a total of 142 members.

This story was first published in French on Paperjam. It has been translated and edited for Delano.