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International SOS Names Tice CEO

International SOS Assistance Inc., Philadelphia, Pa., one of the largest global medical, personal, security and travel assistance companies, has named Gary Tice to the position of president and CEO. Most recently, Mr.

Tice held the position of executive vice president of sales and marketing. In his new capacity, he succeeds former CEO Abasse Asgaraly, who has left the company. International SOS Assistance has more than 50 offices worldwide, 15 multi-lingual, 24-hour alarm centers, and reportedly provides assistance to more than 300 Fortune 500 companies, and 40 million customers throughout the world.

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