CEO, AXA Corporate Solutions UK
Gaelle Tortuyaux currently works at AXA Corporate Solutions UK Gaelle is located at United Kingdom.
CEO at AXA Corporate Solutions UK
AXA Corporate Solutions, Axa Corporate Solutions, Axa Corporate Solutions Assurance, Axa Corporate Solutions Assurance
DESS, Droit des Assurances@
There are several major types of insurance policies. Some companies offer the entire suite of insurance, while others specialize in specific areas: Life Insurance - Insurance guaranteeing a specific sum of money to a designated beneficiary upon the death of the insured, or to the insured if he or she lives beyond a certain age. Health Insurance - Insurance against expenses incurred through illness of the insured. Liability Insurance - The miscellaneous category. This insures property such as automobiles, property and professional/business mishaps. Insurance of any type is all about managing risk. For example, in life insurance, the insurance company attempts to manage mortality (death) rates among its clients. The insurance company collects premiums from policy holders, invests the money (usually in low risk investments), and then reimburses this money once the person passes away or the policy matures.
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