The new offices will be led by Richard Turner, who has relocated from the UK and who also previously led RSA’s EU operations. The new office has been created with an aim to minimise disruption to RSA’s EU business and provide a platform for the company to conduct business in the EU post-Brexit.
“RSA Luxembourg demonstrates our commitment to the EU,” said Turner. “Our investment in this office showcases our commitment to continuity for our customers and other business partners across the EU post Brexit.”
The new offices in Luxembourg will act as a headquarters for RSA’s other EU offices in Belgium, Germany, France, Spain and the Netherlands, and will be staffed by around 10 members of staff. RSA has said that it will fit into the existing UK and international governance structure and reporting lines.