13 February 2023Insurance

WTW expands credit & political risk expertise in Asia

Global broker  WTW has bolstered its credit and political risk expertise in Singapore with a senior hire to expand its capabilities in the wider market.

WTW has appointed Deesha Doshi as an executive director as part of its credit & political risk practice in Singapore.

The broker said as the level of complexity of credit risk mitigation continues to grow, Doshi will provide companies with unique insight to better explain and expand the use of credit risk insurance as an important unfunded risk distribution tool.

Doshi brings to WTW over 17 years’ banking experience from Westpac, JP Morgan and ABN AMRO in Singapore, Mumbai and London. She has extensive experience in Loan Market Syndication, sustainable financing Saveand trade finance. Doshi has worked across a number of different asset classes including corporate loans, structured commodity finance, aviation finance and secured asset finance. She is also the Singapore Lead of the Women in Loan Markets Committee at the Asia Pacific Loan Market Association (APLMA) and was previously chairperson of the Singapore Young Leaders Committee.

Lee Garvey, head of financial solutions, Asia Pacific, Corporate Risk & Broking, WTW said: “We are delighted to welcome Deesha to the team. Her extensive Loan Syndication experience across a wide array of asset classes will bring invaluable support to both our clients and the wider market alike.”

Andrew van den Born, global head of credit & political risk for financial institutions, WTW added, “The addition of Deesha to our Singapore team demonstrates our continued commitment to the region and her unique skillsets will serve to further enhance our client offerings.”

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