Dr. Cornelia Röskau has been appointed Chief Commercial Officer of the international health insurer with a special focus on expatriates, Globality Health. The new appointment comes into effect from 1st December 2017.
Commenting, Dr. Cornelia Röskau said, “My appointment as CCO is a very exciting challenge. I am happy to roll out our new sales strategy and to contribute with my team to the further growth of Globality Health in the future.”
“Cornelia is a very experienced insurance sales professional, having been responsible for the German market within Globality Health for almost two years. She has been instrumental in creating transparency, stabilising the business and shaping the future”, added Dr. Johannes von Hülsen, CEO of Globality Health.
Dr. Cornelia Röskau, born in Berlin is married with two children. After studying in Spain, Italy and Argentina, she graduated with a PhD from RWTH Aachen. Cornelia also holds a degree in Business Administration from FernUni Hagen. A German national, she is also fluent in English, Spanish, French and Italian.
Globality Health is the international health insurer with a special focus on expatriates – people who study, live or work abroad. We bring together more than 3,000 experts at locations worldwide to offer innovative healthcare solutions for clients and partners all over the world. As an integral part of Munich re, we offer the financial strength and security of an AA-rated world-leading insurer and reinsurer. Following our philosophy of “premium health insurance worldwide” we provide excellent care and safety all over the world. Internationally operating companies and their expatriate staff as well as individuals and their families place their trust in 80 years of experience in the healthcare industry concentrated in one focused organisation. With Globality CoGenio® and Globality YouGenio® World we offer flexible underwriting solutions, high-level products with comprehensive outpatient, inpatient and dental insurance cover around the globe.
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