Chubb names Singapore division head of international line 

The new Singapore head has been with Chubb since 2014.

Chubb has appointed Tulio Puente as the new division head of International Personal Lines (IPL) in Singapore and would be reporting directly to Scott Simpson, country president for Chubb in Singapore.

In his new role, Puente will be responsible for the overall growth and management of Singapore's IPL division which includes personal risk services which provides coverage for fine homes and valuables, residential insurance, and specialty coverage such as personal cyber and gadgets protection.

Puente joined Chubb in 2014 and has held various roles with increasing responsibility in Latin America and the Asia Pacific. His career with the company includes experience in underwriting, portfolio management and business control for Consumer Lines, data analytics for the Direct Marketing team and most recently, underwriting for Speciality Personal Lines.

Prior to joining Chubb, Puente worked as an economist for the Central Bank of Mexico, and in the telecommunications industry in China.

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