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de Marigny to leave AIA/Sovereign

AIA/Sovereign recruits from Hong Kong to fill Chief Partnership Insurance Officer following the resignation of a long-standing staffer

Wednesday, March 20th 2019, 2:00PM

Sam Tremethick

AIA/Sovereign Chief Partnership Insurance Officer Patrice de Marigny has made the decision to retire and spend more time with his family.

de Marigny joined Sovereign in 2011 and in this time he has held a number of senior roles across both operations and sales, before stepping into his current role in 2016 to lead the Distribution team for Sovereign and now AIA/Sovereign. 

AIA/Sovereign is pleased to appoint Sam Tremethick to the role of Chief Partnership Insurance Officer.

He will join the company from AIA Group Office in Hong Kong where he has been the Regional Head of IFA and High Net Worth, responsible for driving and leading AIA Group’s overall High Net Worth, Brokerage and IFA growth strategy across 18 regions throughout Asia Pacific.

Prior to this role, he worked out of the AIA Australia Office as Head of Retail Distribution and National Manager Strategic Partnerships. Before joining AIA, Sam worked with Aviva/MLC where he held a number of senior roles in Corporate Strategy, M&A, Distribution and Licensee Development.

Patrice de Marigny“Sam will move to New Zealand with his family and start with us soon. I know he is looking forward to meeting the team and visiting with many of our advisers and partners over the coming months,” AIA/Sovereign chief executive Nick Stanhope says.

Sam says, “It’s an exciting time to be joining AIA/Sovereign as the business delivers on its commitment to help champion New Zealand to be one of the healthiest and most protected nations in the world.

de Marigny (pictured) will finish on April 23; however will provide some support in the coming months in an advisory capacity.

Stanhope says, “I would like to thank Pat for what he has helped AIA/Sovereign achieve and I wish him all the best for the future”.

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