Last updated: 00:03 / Tuesday, 17 January 2017
After 10 years

Véronique Weill to Leave the AXA Group

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Véronique Weill to Leave the AXA Group
  • She joined AXA in 2006, in 2009, she became Group Chief Operating Officer
  • In 2013, she joined the Management Committee of the AXA Group
  • Her executive responsibilities are reassigned to other members of the Management Committee

After 10 years at AXA, Véronique Weill, CEO of AXA Global Asset Management, Group Chief Customer Officer and a Member of the Management Committee of the AXA Group, has decided to leave the Group.

Thomas Burberl, CEO of AXA Group said "I would like to very warmly thank Véronique for her many contributions to the Group since she joined in 2006, including her energy and leadership to strengthen AXA’s position as a leading global brand. I am personally grateful to have benefitted from her support during the leadership transition through 2016 and, with the other members of the Management Committee, I wish her the best in her future professional endeavors."

Weill commented "It is now time for me to focus on new professional challenges. I know I will be inspired by 10 fantastic years with AXA, and I feel proud of what we have built together with my teams. I wish them all the best."

Véronique Weill joined AXA in 2006, as Chief Executive Officer of AXA Business Services and Group Executive Vice President of Operational Excellence. In 2009, she became Group Chief Operating Officer, in charge of Group Marketing, Distribution, Data Innovation Lab, IT, Operational Excellence and Procurement. In 2013, she joined the Management Committee of the AXA Group. As of July 2016, she was appointed Group Chief Customer Officer, in charge of Customer, Brand and Digital and CEO of AXA Global Asset Management.

Véronique Weill executive responsibilities are reassigned to other members of the Management Committee, including Customer, Marketing and Digital teams, who will report directly to Thomas Buberl, and AXA Global Asset Management, which will now report to Paul Evans, CEO of AXA Global Life & Savings and Health.

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