Three key appointments have been made to AIG’s European trade credit division
AIG today announced three new appointments to its trade credit team in Europe as it aims to support a growing client demand.
Oliver Lambert has been appointed trade finance manager and will be based in London. Joining Lambert in London is Marius Wolmarans, who takes up a new role of managing the development and growth of AIG’s multinational business across EMEA, with specific focus on major accounts and financial institutions.
Lastly, Ulf Cramer will head the trade credit insurance excess of loss and trade finance initiative from Frankfurt.
AIG trade credit regional manager EMEA Neil Ross said: “These appointments significantly strengthen our trade credit offering at an important time for our business.
“Demand for trade credit insurance is increasing as companies continue to face the challenges of an uncertain global economy coupled with a new set of exposures as they push into new export markets, searching for the growth opportunities.
“As well as expanding our team, we have responded by recently expanding our product range responding by making enhancements to our products and innovative support for trade finance.”
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