Paul Emery

Paul Emery

Head of communities and social organisations, Zurich Municipal

Paul Emery is head of community and social organisations at Zurich. Paul has worked at Zurich since 1988 and became head of Zurich’s charity insurance business in 2001.

He now sits on Zurich's Corporate Responsibility board and is a member of the Trustee Executive of the Zurich Community Trust.

Paul volunteers his time raising money for charities cycling "tour de France" stages in the Alps and has a Lands End to John O Groats cycle challenge scheduled with his Zurich colleagues in 2012.

Paul lives with his partner and son on the south coast and is the chair of a local charity.

 

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