Reshika Vallabh, who has been with Coface South Africa for over 10 years, has been appointed as the Head of Underwriting (Commercial and Risk), following Johan Coetzee’s decision to relocate to Asia.
In her 10 years at Coface Reshika has gained experience in Claims as well as Commercial Underwriting, and this varied, well-rounded experience, in addition to her technical risk underwriting approach and client service focus gives us every confidence that she will be successful in this new and exciting chapter of her career.
We also wish Johan well with his personal lifestyle change. He will leave the organization in August. We would like to thank Johan for his contribution to Coface over the last two years since rejoining the business and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.
The commitment of the local management team with its seasoned experience in credit insurance remains unwavering.
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