RSA Luxembourg completes its Underwriting Leadership structure in Europe

RSA Group



Raúl Villanueva promoted as the European Head of Property and Construction


RSA Luxembourg S.A. is announcing that it has now completed its new European Products leadership structure with the appointment of Raúl Villanueva as the Head of Property & Construction for Europe.

Reporting all to Corentin Maurice, Chief Underwriting Officer of RSA Luxembourg S.A., the three pan-European Underwriting heads will provide consistent and useful insurance solutions with maximum efficiency.

Property and Construction

Raúl Villanueva joined RSA in 2008 and is currently the Property & Construction Manager for RSA Spain. Raúl brings in the role his wealth of expertise and more than 12 years of successful underwriting leadership in RSA Spain where he has headed up the development of a sound and profitable portfolio in Iberia and Latin America.

Liability lines

Marilyne Furlan has over 20 years’ experience in the Commercial insurance industry and was Liability Manager for RSA France for six years. She brings strong underwriting and demonstrated leadership skills


Alexis Wildman has an extensive marine background and has built her expertise as a marine underwriter in the UK and the Netherlands, as well as taking the leadership of the Nordic Hull regional business and more recently as Managing Director of RSA Belgium.


Commenting on the new structure, Corentin Maurice, Chief Underwriting Officer of RSA Luxembourg S.A., said: “I am very pleased that Raúl is joining Alexis and Marilyne and to have our products leadership structure now completed. Their diverse experiences and strong underwriting skills will further strengthen our capability and complement our existing local teams.
This simplified structure will make it easier for our customers and brokers to do business with us across our range of business lines. These changes are a natural evolution to fulfil our purpose of a client-focused business built around our expertise and a seamless service across Europe.
We believe that these changes will be mutually beneficial to our trading partners and to our organisation”.