International Medical Group Appoints Steve Paraboschi as Executive Vice President
INDIANAPOLIS (October 5, 2017) — International Medical Group® (IMG®), an award-winning international medical and travel insurance company, is pleased to announce that Steve Paraboschi has joined the company as executive vice president.
Paraboschi will be responsible for P&L across the company and support of IMG’s international insurance distribution and operations.
“IMG is a market leader whose rapid global growth, innovative product solutions and steadfast commitment to being there for its customers set it apart from competitors,” Paraboschi said. “I’m thrilled to join IMG at such an exciting time in the company’s history, and look forward to working with its outstanding leadership team to further the company’s international reputation for excellence.”
Paraboschi comes to IMG from AXA Assistance USA, where he served as the chief executive officer, managing a profitable P&L, driving alignment and global strategies, and developing innovative product distribution methods.
Previously, as the general manager and vice president of AXA Assistance USA’s Global Healthcare TPA and Travel Services business, Paraboschi spearheaded the development of a travel risk management product, directed successful market entries, improved bottom line performance, and led revenue growth of 110% over five years.
Prior to his time at AXA, Paraboschi worked at The Guardian Life Insurance Company and MetLife. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the U.S. Travel Insurance Association and the French American Chamber of Commerce of Chicago.
“We are pleased to welcome Steve to the IMG team,” said President and CEO Brian Barwick. “He has a proven track record of developing business strategies that drive top line and bottom line growth, while supporting a dynamic environment of teamwork and employee development. His customer-focused and results-oriented approach, combined with his industry expertise, make him distinctly qualified to serve as IMG’s executive vice president.”