1 February 2023Insurance

AXA XL replaces head of Asia reinsurance as it looks to expand footprint

AXA XL has appointed a new reinsurance leader with 15 years of local market experience to further develop its footprint and underwriting for its reinsurance business in Asia.

Dan Bryan (pictured) has been named new head of Asia, reinsurance, AXA XL Reinsurance.

Bryan takes over from Ann Chua who will take on a newly created role as special advisor for Asia, reinsurance working with key partners and on strategic projects as well as continuing as principal officer of the branch.

Bryan was previously head of treaty underwriting for Asia, and in his new role will continue to work with AXA XL Reinsurance’s clients and underwriting team in the region.

Bertrand Romagne, chief executive officer, international, reinsurance said: “Dan has a wealth of experience in Asia having worked in the local market for more than 15 years. As we develop our footprint in this key area his underwriting expertise and knowledge of the market will be vital to ensuring we service our clients effectively.

“I would like to thank Ann for her hard work and commitment during her tenure and I very much look forward to working with her in her new role.”

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