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Munich Re Syndicate announces changes in senior roles

| 13 Apr 2018

Munich Re Syndicate Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of three senior roles in Munich Re Syndicate Asia to drive their strategic growth initiatives in Asia.

Mr Tony Betteridge has been promoted to Head of Marine. Based in Singapore, his responsibilities include Cargo, Project Cargo, Hull and Marine Liability. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and practical experience gained from more than 40 years in the marine industry, including seafaring, risk engineering and underwriting, of which the last 20 years has been spent in the Asia Pacific region.

Mr Joel Pridmore has been appointed as Head of Financial Lines and Business Development.  Based in Singapore, Joel will be responsible for building the Syndicate’s portfolio in Financial Lines.  He has added responsibilities in business development for other classes in Asia. Mr Pridmore joined Munich Re in Australia in 2014 having previously held various underwriting and portfolio management roles with AIG, Liberty and Zurich across the specialised financial, investment and professional lines classes of business.

Mr William Song has been nominated as Director of Underwriting for Munich Re Underwriting Division at Lloyds Insurance Company (China) Ltd. Based in Beijing, Mr Song brings with him a long and successful career spanning 25 years. He is a certified Insurance Professional in Australia and a fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance. His most recent senior positions in China were as the Head of China Mainland team for Aon Benfield, and Assistant General Manager for Kunlun Insurance Brokers Co. Ltd.

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