French risk and insurance management association AMRAE has re-elected its president and welcomed several new board members, while also announcing a 6% increase in membership during last year.
Oliver Wild, director of risks and insurance at Veolia, was re-elected as president of the association at its AGM this week.
François Beaume, director of risks and insurance at Sonepar, was elected as a new vice-president.
Meanwhile, Sophie Maguer, head of insurance and risk management for the Tereos group, was elected to the board.
In addition, Michel Josset, insurance and prevention director at Forvia and chairman of AMRAE’s prevention and damage commission, and Marie-Elise Lorin, risk manager of Smacl Assurance, who leads the association’s Grand Ouest region, join the board.
Benoît Vraie, head of risk and quality management for Autoroutes et Tunnel du Mont-Blanc and associate lecturer at the University of Paris, was also elected.
Wild thanked outgoing board members Léopold Llarios de Piña, Sophie Mauclair and Gérard Payen for their commitment as directors.