Tokio Marine Life Singapore CEO steps downDecember 4 2018 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
James Tan (pictured) has chosen to step down from the role of chief executive, Tokio Marine Life Insurance Singapore. His last day at the insurer was November 30.
Tan has held the chief executive position since June 2016 and in his previous role to joining Tokio Marine was managing director, Friends Provident International, based in Hong Kong. He has also worked at several other large firms including AIA, Bain and Co, ING and Standard Chartered, and has worked in Asia, the Middle East and the US.
Tan told InsuranceAsia News he is taking “a break” from the market.
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