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Tal Yampolsky to become new CEO at kasko2go

Jun 4, 2021

kasko2go has announced that Tal Yampolsky, former COO of Bank Hapoalim, will become its new CEO, with Genadi Man moving to Chairman of the Board.

Mr. Tal Yampolsky has been a board member of various companies in Tel Aviv and Zurich for more than 15 years. He has already successfully demonstrated his competence in the field of management and technology as Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Information Officer Chief Technology Officer and Head of International IT Audit.

Most recently, he worked at one of the leading banks in Israel, Bank Hapoalim Switzerland. As Chief Operating Officer he was responsible for areas such as business transformation, information technology, cyber security, human resources and customer support. In addition, Mr. Yampolsky brings profitable expertise in areas like Strategy Development and Implementation, Business Development, Digital Transformation, Risk and Compliance Operations, Process Optimization, M&A and Management in Global Financial Markets to kasko2go. All these skills are essential in the InsurTech sector.

Genadi Man, co-founder of kasko2go, explains: "We are proud to have been able to attract such an experienced multidisciplinary manager as a dynamic leader. I am convinced that his know-how in the area of risk assessment, in the development and optimization of organizations and processes as well as his expertise on financial markets will give us valuable impulses for the further development of our business. He will play an important role in the success of our planned international business expansion, which has strengthened our decision.”

Thanks to its unique approach, which focuses exclusively on proven parameters, kasko2go is able to deliver something that telematics providers currently cannot: precise accident probabilities for each driver. This information is available to the market in the form of risk reports. kasko2go’s risk reports and data can be used by insurance companies, more specifically actuaries and underwriters, to improve their risk models and pricing. This will also allow them to further reduce the loss ratio of their portfolios.

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