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EAIC announces new board members

| 22 Sep 2022

At the EAIC general business meeting yesterday, the executive committee announced the new executive board for the period of 2022 to 2024. The board comprises:

Position

Name

Designation

President

Michael Rellosa

 

Philippines Insurers and Reinsurers Association executive director

Vice president

Sally Wan

Hong Kong Federation of Insurers General Insurance Council chairman

Secretary & treasurer

Daniel Go

MAA General Insurance President and CEO

Assistant secretary & treasurer

Selina Lau

Hong Kong Federation of Insurers chief executive

General secretary

Masayuki Tanaka

Foundation for the Advancement of Life Insurance Around the World managing director

Member

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shahrildin Jaya

Brunei Insurance and Takaful Association chairman

Oran Vongsuraphichet

Thai Re CEO

Hastanto Widodo

General Insurance Association of Indonesia chairman

Antony Lee

AIG Malaysia CEO

Ivan Cheung

AXA HK & Macau head of international brokers

Huy Vatharo

Cambodia Re CEO

Ji-Hoon Kim

General Insurance Association of Korea managing director

Ronak Shah

QBE Asia CEO Singapore

Patrick Lee

Insurance Society of ROC chairman

Shinichiro Funabiki

Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance president & CEO

 

Outgoing executive board president Allan Santos announced Hong Kong as the 30th EAIC in 2024 at the meeting. Hong Kong Federation of Insurers chief executive Selina Lau thanked the board for the hosting opportunity and also announced the territory's commitment to making the next edition of the EAIC a face-to-face event.

Mr Santos also announced that the 31st EAIC will be held in Tokyo in 2026, which will mark the return of the Congress to its founding city.

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