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David Cochet is appointed CEO of Swiss Risk & Care
The Board of Directors of Swiss Risk & Care, following a meeting on Monday 17 January 2022, has unanimously appointed David Cochet Chief Executive Officer on the proposal of Pierrick Leprince. This appointment takes effect immediately. He replaces Pierrick Leprince, who becomes Executive Board Member alongside Richard Racine.
After joining Swiss Risk & Care at its inception in 2014, David held the position of Deputy CEO. He focused on strengthening and developing the company, which, in just a few years, has become one of the leaders in insurance and provident brokerage.
After studies in management and finance, David began his professional career at KPMG Audit and subsequently at April Group, first as Risk Manager, then as Director of Legal Affairs and Risks. Following this, he became Director of Investments and Operations at April Dommages before joining Swiss Risk & Care.
His career with one of the major brokerage firms, initially in France and then in Switzerland, allowed him to acquire in-depth knowledge of the insurance field, as well as of the markets for medium-large companies, the public sector and large international organisations.
Following the creation of the Diot-Siaci Group, the result of the merger of our parent company Siaci Saint-Honoré with French-Swiss group Diot-Burrus, this appointment adds further momentum to Swiss Risk & Care. David can rely on a strong management team, including Yvan Roux, Director of the Corporate Clients Business Unit, Guillaume Hoddé, Director of Operations and Valérie Cruchet, Director of Communication and Business Development, renowned professionals and acknowledged experts in their respective fields, and all of whom boast extensive experience. Swiss Risk & Care has never been in a better position, fully able to pursue its growth and consolidate its key player status.
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