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Willis Towers Watson Hires David Maneval to Lead P&C Insurance Consulting Practice Across South Asia

| 01 Sep 2017

Willis Towers Watson has announced the appointment of Mr David Maneval as South Asia Property and Casualty (P&C) Sales and Practice Leader for its insurance consulting and software business in South Asia.

Mr Maneval's appointment further strengthens and broadens the company’s insurance consulting capabilities to align with changing client needs and market demand across the Asia region. It follows other key appointments, such as Ms Mei-Chee Shum as Greater China Life Sales and Practice Leader and Mr Kevin Angelini as Head of Strategy for Asia Pacific, earlier this year.

Based in Singapore, he started in this newly created role on 20 July 2017 and reports to Ken Brown, Head of South Asia and Emerging Markets for Willis Towers Watson’s insurance consulting and software business. He joins more than 250 insurance-focused consultants and specialists in nine Asia Pacific markets, part of a bigger Willis Towers Watson workforce of 7,000 colleagues located across 15 countries in Asia.

In his new role, Mr Maneval is responsible for leading and developing the non-life insurance consulting practice across South Asia, covering countries such as Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam. His focus is to provide consulting to the insurance industry regarding financial and regulatory reporting, market strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and risk management.

He brings more than fifteen years of experience in the insurance and reinsurance sectors to the position, following roles that have included pricing, reserving, catastrophe modelling, reinsurance optimisation, rating agencies, capital modelling and capital management.

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