HR head Saba Adil elevated as COO at Aegon Life Insurance

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In her new role, Adil will be responsible for creating a differentiated and superior customer experience and will continue reporting to the MD & CEO.

Saba Adil, chief people officer at Aegon Life Insurance has been elevated as the chief operating officer. This is yet another instance where as an HR leaders has taken up the top role.

She will drive the strategic goals and operating plans of the company. In addition to being the COO, she will continue to be the chief people officer.

In her new role, Adil will be responsible for creating a differentiated and superior customer experience and will continue reporting to the MD & CEO.

Vineet Arora, MD & CEO, Aegon Life Insurance, says, “Adil’s rich experience of over 18+ years in diverse roles including human resources, project management, customer insights and operations will be very relevant and valuable for Aegon Life Insurance.

“She has led transformational roles in digital innovation; created and launched a well thought business strategy working with a core group of people as well as led a recent project on customer driven innovation,” he adds.

Adil has been a part of the Aegon Life family since its inception. joined the company in 2007 as one of the founding members and has since, played an important role in creating a powerful culture, aligning the organisation to company values, building a strong employee value proposition, capability building for a future fit organization and personalized employee experiences.

Prior to that she managed HR at MGL (Mahanagar Gas) and British Gas JV. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a Master’s in HRM from Aligarh Muslim University.

“Aegon Life, over the years, has established itself as a digital specialist in the Life Insurance sector. We have constantly redefined the space we operate in and have set a clear vision and roadmap for the benefit of our customers,” Adil says.

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