Axa XL finalises regional leadership teamJuly 10 2019 by Andrew Tjaardstra
Axa XL has announced the firm’s Asia Pacific leadership team.
Craig Langham (pictured) will remain as regional leader, Asia-Pacific, while Philippe Lutgen has been named chief operating officer, Asia-Pacific with Jonathan Mead, head of client and distribution management, Asia-Pacific.
Axa XL’s country leaders are: Robin Johnson, country leader, Australia; Kevin Leong, country leader Singapore Axa XL and managing director, commercial lines Axa Singapore; Jamie Chambers, country leader Hong Kong and head of commercial Axa Hong Kong; Andrew Vigar, country leader Japan; Dalip Verma, country leader, United Arab Emirates; and Raymond Wong, country leader for Malaysia.
The product leaders for Asia Pacific are: Todd Wilhelm, head of property and energy; Dean West, head of construction; Rory Morison, head of international casualty; Jennifer Scally, head of art, specie and bloodstock; Jin Shiwer, global programme and captive regional director; Jason Grant, head of international financial lines; Sundeep Khera, head of marine; David Guest, global specialty regional leader and head of crisis management and special risks; and Mark Houghton, head of global political risk, credit and bond.
Meanwhile Catherine Carlyon remains as Asia Pacific head of claims.
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