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Ana Boata appointed global head of economic research for Euler Hermes Group

PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Euler Hermes, world leader in credit insurance, announces a change in the management of its economic studies department. Ana Boata, previously Head of Macroeconomic Research, is appointed Global Head of Economic Research of Euler Hermes Group effective September 1, 2021. She will replace Alexis Garatti, who will now focus on ESG and trend research.

“I am delighted to welcome Ana as Global Head of Economic Research. Ana has been instrumental in guiding our decision-making and keeping our clients informed of rapidly changing economic conditions during the crisis. I wish him the best in this new role.” said Clarisse Kopff, chairman of the board of directors of the Euler Hermes group.

“Working with Ana over the past few years, I have witnessed her expertise, courage and unique leadership style. I am confident that Ana and her team will be an exceptional asset in an increasingly The Economic Research Department of Euler Hermes is an essential and integral part of Allianz Research, the knowledge hub of the Allianz Group. said Ludovic Subran, chief economist of Euler Hermes and Allianz.

Ana Boata is a graduate of the Universities Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas. She began her career in the banking sector before joining Euler Hermes in November 2012 as a euro zone economist. In 2018, she was awarded the Best Eurozone Forecaster Award by Consensus Forecast. In 2019, she became head of macroeconomic research for the Euler Hermes group and leads our thematic research on SMEs. Ana also teaches macroeconomics at Paris Dauphine University and Sciences Po Paris. Since September 1, 2021, Ana Boata has been Global Head of Economic Research of the Euler Hermes group.

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About Euler Hermes

Euler Hermes is the world leader in credit insurance and a recognized specialist in the areas of surety, collection, structured commercial credit and political risk. Based in Paris, Euler Hermes is present in more than 50 countries with 5,800 employees. In 2020, Euler Hermes’ global business transactions accounted for €824 billion in exposure. Euler Hermes is a full member of the Allianz group.

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