LIAM Elects New Office Bearers for the Term 2016/2017

Kuala Lumpur , 4th April 2016 - The Life Insurance of Malaysia (LIAM) has re-elected Mr Toi See Jong, Chief Executive Officer of Tokio Marine Life Insurance Malaysia Bhd.(TMLM) as its President and Mr Gan Leong Hin, Chief Executive Officer of Prudential Assurance Berhad as its Vice President  at the 42nd Annual General Meeting held on 30 March 2016.
LIAM President, Mr Toi is a qualified actuary from United Kingdom having over 26 years of experience in the insurance industry. He has successfully spearheaded and managed financial organizations in various positions over the years, amongst others include Appointed Actuary and Chief Executive Officer in Malaysia before taking on other senior positions in China, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Mr Gan Leong Hin, is a qualified actuary with over 25 years of experience in the life insurance and investment businesses in Asia, Australia and the U.K. Graduated from the London School of Economics with first-class honours, Mr Gan is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in UK and Australia. He has held senior management roles across a range of business lines including product management and marketing, risk management, financial reporting, valuation, corporate finance and restructuring.
For the term 2016/2017, the Association will be supported by seven other members namely Ms Anusha Thavarajah, CEO of AIA Bhd., Mr Ramzi Toubassy, CEO of AmMetLife Insurance Berhad, Mr Loke Kah Meng, CEO of AXA Affin Life Insurance Berhad, Encik Zaharudin Daud, CEO of Etiqa Insurance Berhad, Mr Vincent Kwo Shih Kang, CEO of Gibraltar BSN Life Berhad, YBhg. Dato Koh Yaw Hui, CEO of Great Eastern Life Assurance (M) Berhad and Mr Mark O’Dell, CEO of Manulife Insurance Berhad.
LIAM continues to work very closely with the regulatory authorities and stakeholders in embarking on various educational and awareness programmes in promoting and developing a progressive life insurance industry for the nation and to fulfill the Government’s aspiration of insuring 75% of Malaysians by 2020.
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