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Chubb appoints country head for Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau

  • Publish Date: Posted almost 6 years ago
  • Author:by Alan Jarque

Chubb has appointed Stanley Wong as its new country president for Hong Kong, Taiwan & Macau, succeeding Doug White, who was recently appointed to the role of head of the major accounts division for Chubb in Asia Pacific.

In Wong's new role he will have overall responsibility for the growth and financial results for Chubb's operations in Hong Kong, Taiwan & Macau across all lines of business including P&C, A&H and personal lines.

He will report to Paul McNamee, regional president for Chubb in Asia Pacific.

Wong is presently Chubb's regional head of financial lines for Asia Pacific overseeing the underwriting, product development, new business opportunities and profitability of the financial lines portfolio.

Wong joined Chubb in 2003 and through the years has been promoted to roles of increasing responsibility. Currently based in Singapore, Wong will return to Hong Kong, his native country.

Additionally, Douglas Wong has been appointed to succeed Patrick Wong as Chubb's head of P&C for Hong Kong. As previously announced, Patrick Wong will assume the role of global client executive, North Asia on 1 October 2018.

Douglas Wong is currently head of financial lines, Greater China. He started his career in 2002 as a financial lines underwriter at an international insurer. He moved to Chubb in 2005 as Financial Lines Manager in charge of the China portfolio.

Through the years, with his talent and expertise, he has progressed to more senior roles.

Douglas Wong will take on his new role on 1 October and will have oversight for the full range of products and services for the P&C business in Hong Kong.