Campaign India Team
Jul 11, 2022

Divya Tejnani named Aegon Life Insurance's AVP - marketing and communications

Moves from Perfect Relations

Divya Tejnani named Aegon Life Insurance's AVP - marketing and communications
Aegon Life has announced the appointment of Divya Tejnani as AVP – marketing and communications. 
 
Tejnani will lead PR and communications for the brand on both external and internal forums. She will report to Akhil Almeida, head - marketing, Aegon Life.
 
She moves from Perfect Relations, where she was group account head.
 
Almeida said, “I’m delighted to welcome Divya to our dynamic team. Her understanding of the financial services landscape, and communications expertise are an important asset as we transform into a leading insurtech brand.”
 
Tejnani said, “I am excited to join a digital-native organisation such as Aegon Life. The brand has a strong legacy in digital insurance and many firsts in the Indian insurance landscape. It believed in the power of technology, data, and analytics much before the pandemic-induced digital adoption came into play. At Aegon Life, we will continue to leverage innovative ways in making insurance buying as easy as buying a phone or booking a ride online and I am glad to be playing my part in communicating our initiatives to the external audience. I look forward to working with some of the most proficient individuals in the industry and be a part of this digital journey.”
 
In a career spanning 12 years, she has also worked with Ketchum Sampark.
 
 
Source:
Campaign India

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