Chubb has appointed Stanley Wong as country president for Hong Kong, Taiwan & Macau, effective Oct. 1, 2018. He replaces Doug White, who was 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 property & casualty, accident & health and personal lines. He will report to Paul McNamee, regional president for Chubb in Asia Pacific.
Wong is now head of Chubb’s Asia Pacific Regional Finance Lines. The financial lines portfolio is under supervision of the contracting, product development, new business opportunities and profitability. In 2003, Chubb joined and was promoted to the role of increased responsibility over the years. Currently in Singapore, Wong will return to Hong Kong.
On a separate appointment, Douglas Wong was awarded Patrick Wong as head of Chubb’s Property and Accident Department of Hong Kong. As announced on August 20, Patrick Wong will be the North Asia Global Client Manager on October 1, 2018.
Douglas Wong is now head of the Metropolitan Finance Lines. He started his career in 2002 in international insurance companies. In 2005, he was Chubb’s chief financial officer responsible for the Chinese portfolio. Over the years, higher-level roles have progressed. Douglas Wong will take on a new role on October 1, and will be overseeing all products and services related to property and casualty in Hong Kong.
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