Christine Theodorovics will take up her position on 1 June. Photo: Baloise

Christine Theodorovics will take up her position on 1 June. Photo: Baloise

Christine Theodorovics will be the new CEO of Baloise Luxembourg, the insurer announced on 16 March. She will replace Romain Braas, who has retired.

Baloise Luxembourg announced on 16 March that Christine Theodorovics will be its new CEO as of 1 June, replacing , who has retired after 18 years, 12 of which he spent as CEO.

As explained in a press release, the board of directors has also proposed, “that Christine takes over the functions of authorised officer and director of Baloise Assurances and Baloise Vie Luxembourg. This resumption of duties is subject to the approval of the Commissariat aux Assurances.”

Theodorovics “will work closely with Romain Braas on the continuity of Baloise’s strategic plan until 30 September 2023, after which date he will officially retire,” the press release stated.

“The Board of Directors is convinced that the appointment of Christine Theodorovics will enable us to meet our future challenges and to continue the work of Romain Braas. Her excellent knowledge of the insurance industry, her energy and her leadership qualities will be great assets for Baloise,” commented Gert de Winter, CEO of the Baloise Group.

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