AXA has appointed Philippe Marie-Jeanne as chief data officer (CDO) of the AXA Group, in addition to his role as head of the Data Innovation Lab.
He will report to Véronique Weill, member of the AXA Group Management Committee, AXA Group chief operating officer and chairperson of the newly created Group Data Board which aims at steering the data and technical excellence strategy across the group.
In his new role, Marie-Jeanne will be responsible for efficiently enhancing the group’s data capabilities. He will be in charge of the global data strategy and roadmap, the development of local and regional CDOs as well as the building of the group’s positioning on structuring aspects such as data privacy, data architecture and technological orientations.
Before being named as head of the Data Innovation Lab in January 2014, Marie-Jeanne was group head of AXA P&C Retail, a position he had held since February 2011. Since February 2007, he was P&C technical head at AXA France.
From 1998 to 2007, Philippe held various positions at the SMABTP, a leading insurer in the building and construction sector. One of those roles was deputy general manager in charge of technical direction for reinsurance and major accounts. He was also a member of Covéa Fleet Executive Board.
He started his career in 1989 at UAP Incendie et Accidents and held several positions until 1997, when he joined Tillinghast-Towers Perrin as senior consultant.
He is a graduate engineer of the Polytechnique School, and also graduated from the National School of Statistic and Economic Administration.
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