HDI Global appoints new Denmark managing director
HDI Global has revealed that on 12 May 2023, Finn Christoffersen took over the management of the branches of HDI Global and HDI Global Specialty in Denmark.
The previous managing director Rasmus Jorgensen has left the company to pursue new professional opportunities outside the HDI Group.
According to the company Christoffersen has more than three decades of experience in the industry. Prior to joining HDI Global, he held senior positions at Marsh, Willis, Chubb, XL and Swiss Re Corporate Solutions. He joined HDI Global as Head of Sales and Business Development in June 2021. His appointment is subject to approval by the responsible regulatory authorities.
"Finn Christoffersen is an experienced insurance manager with a broad network in the Nordic market. In his new role, Christoffersen will be responsible for the overall management and development of HDI Global in Denmark. I wish him every success in the new role," said David Hullin, HDI Global board member responsible for international markets.
Ralph Beutter, member of the Board of HDI Global and CEO of HDI Global Specialty, adds: "In Denmark, we will continue to offer a broad diversified range of products to our clients through HDI Global and HDI Global Specialty. It is of utmost importance for us that our clients perceive us as one entity building on the excellent strength of each company."
"In my new role, I look forward to continue contributing to our success story of HDI Global in the Danish market. Together with our experienced team, we find tailor-made solutions for our clients while being a reliable partner for the Danish industry," said Christoffersen.
At the same time, Rasmus Jorgensen has left the HDI Group after more than ten years to pursue a new career. "I thank Rasmus Jorgensen for his great commitment to HDI Global. He has been instrumental in uniting HDI Global and HDI Global Specialty in Denmark under one roof and strengthening the cooperation between the two companies. I wish him all the very best in his personal and professional life," said Beutter.