CSAA Insurance Group promotes two executives

insurancebusinessmag | June 24, 2019

CSAA Insurance Group has announced two promotions - the appointment of Paul Acevedo as executive vice president and chief information officer and Marlys Rodgers as chief information security officer.Acevedo will lead CSAAs technology organization in his new role as a member of the companys executive leadership team. The organization is in charge of consumer- and agent-facing digital experiences, data and analytics platforms, core application systems, information security and foundational infrastructure.

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Insurers recognise the industry is changing and want to adapt to enable growth and remain competitive. This infographic highlights three common characteristics shared by many insurers and three parallel lanes they need to pursue in order to prosper both today and in the future

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Insurers recognise the industry is changing and want to adapt to enable growth and remain competitive. This infographic highlights three common characteristics shared by many insurers and three parallel lanes they need to pursue in order to prosper both today and in the future

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