Tryg joins RSA’s Global Network

Tryg A/S, the largest non-life insurance company in Scandinavia, is joining the RSA’s Global Network as a Strategic Network Partner.

The RSA Global Network provides multinational customers with local expertise and service through a combination of owned operations and network partners, operating in more than 180 territories globally.

Barbara O’Reilly, global network director, RSA Global Network said: “Our Global Network has been providing multinational clients with efficient and professional local service for more than 20 years. On the back of Intact’s engagement with Tryg in 2020 around the acquisition of RSA, we are delighted to welcome Tryg to the Global Network and look forward to further developing a strong and thriving long-term relationship with them.

Hans-Jørgen Molvig, senior vice-president, Tryg added: "We are delighted to join the RSA Global Network and we are looking forward to continue the excellent cooperation between Tryg, RSA and Intact. The relationship is a very good match for Tryg and is in accordance with the company's purpose to provide excellent service to our corporate customers with operations outside Scandinavia.”

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