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Martin Seibold joins Sollers
Apr 24, 2024

Sollers Consulting appoints Martin Seibold as Head of German-speaking markets


Martin Seibold is joining Sollers Consulting. He will be responsible for the business and IT consultancy’s activities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Sollers expects the increasing maturity of artificial intelligence and associated technologies to provide a further boost to modernisation among insurers.

Sollers Consulting has appointed Martin Seibold as a partner. The Doctor of Physics will coordinate insurance projects in German-speaking markets (DACH). At the same time, Seibold will develop and maintain relationships with insurers. Sollers has been active in the DACH region since 2013 and has supported a large number of insurers and banks in Switzerland, Austria and Germany in the areas of core systems, migration and front-end.


“With his knowledge and experience, Martin will further deepen Sollers’ expertise in German-speaking markets,” comments Michal Trochimczuk, Managing Partner and co-founder of Sollers. “Insurers are in the midst of reorganising their IT infrastructure. We are delighted that Martin will be working with our teams to support and drive this change.”


Seibold has been working as an independent management consultant for the past two years. Prior to that, he had been active in the insurance industry for over 20 years, from 2016 to 2021 as a member of the Executive Board of Nürnberger Versicherung. Before joining Nürnberger, he had been Head of Operations, Controlling and Consulting as well as Change Management at Allianz Deutschland since 2013, before becoming Head of Organisational Management at Allianz Managed Operations & Services to drive digitalisation forward. Seibold arrived from the Boston Consulting Group, where he worked for sixteen years as a consultant, and later as a partner and managing director, supporting numerous insurers in their IT modernisation. He is a physicist and received his doctorate from the University of Stuttgart in 1997. 


“The growing potential of new technologies opens up numerous new opportunities for insurers,” says Seibold. “This requires reorganisation and further development at all levels: Infrastructure, applications, methods and processes, organisation, skills. I look forward to supporting this transformation together with the Sollers teams.”


Sollers Consulting supports insurers in the DACH region with implementation of core systems, automation in claims processing, cloud migration and front end.