AXA UK signs up Jean Drouffe as FD

by Rachael Singh

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16 Jul 2010

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Jean Drouffe takes on finance director role at insurance company AXA UK.

Drouffe joined AXA in 2000 and has held a number of roles in Paris and London, latterly as finance director for the UK's general insurance arm, Director of Finance reported.

He will assume responsibility for tax, treasury, investment, risk, compliance, legal issues, company secretariat duties and strategy, as well as the finance function.

Drouffe, who trained at Arthur Andersen, takes up the role immediately and will report to group chief executive Nicolas Moreau.

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