Why the consequences of a pandemic are not uninsurable (and should be insured)
Article published in Les Echos by Julien Aubert, Jérôme Goy and Olivier MarleixRead more
is a graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Economics & Finance) and holds a master’s degree in business law from Paris X university.
Jérôme is a recognised professional in affinity and international insurance distribution for trade associations, financial institutions and regulated professions. He formerly spent eleven years in the US broking firm Aon, where he was notably Managing Director France (2008 / 2013) and then COO Europe of Aon Professional Services (2010 / 2013), after working as a lawyer from 2004 to 2007 in the insurance department at Paul Hastings.
He has written numerous papers on the development of Insurtech companies, the professional liability of receivers and administrators in bankruptcy (IFPPC bulletin) and collective works on lawyers’ liability and liability insurance law in European Union countries.
In 2016, he was Delegate for Regulated Professions under the President of the Paris Bar Association.
Jérôme is an active member of EDC (Entrepreneurs et Dirigeants Chrétiens) and the Sciences Po Assurance Alumni association.
He co-founded Enthémis in 2019.INSURANCE LAW
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