Campaign India Team
Oct 23, 2018

Max Life Insurance appoints Rahul Talwar as SVP and head of marketing

Was leading the marketing for McVitie’s India and South Asia

Max Life Insurance appoints Rahul Talwar as SVP and head of marketing
Max Life Insurance has announced the appointment of Rahul Talwar as senior vice president and head - marketing. 
 
Talwar will be based in Gurugram and will report to Manik Nangia, director-marketing and chief digital officer.
 
Nangia said, “Rahul is an exciting addition to the Max Life Insurance family. He brings invaluable and unrivalled depth of experience in brand and marketing and we look forward to leverage his varied experience to scale Max Life’s marketing efforts nationally.”
 
Talwar said, “It is an exciting time for the life insurance industry and I am thrilled to be working with a dynamic and highly successful team at Max Life Insurance. I have had the privilege of working with some of the most dynamic brands in the country and abroad. It would be great to share the best practices with the team here in creating engaging and meaningful experiences for our customers and partners across platforms.”
 
In a career spanning 14 years he has also worked with PepsiCo and the Aditya Birla Group.
 
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Campaign India

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