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MS Amlin’s S’pore political risk team grows, treaty gets new hires

Nicole Tan has been promoted whilst Jinnan Tang and Sam Lim are new members of the team.

MS Amlin promoted Nicole Tan to Underwriter in the Political Violence team. Tan will be based in the Singapore office.

Tan previously worked with MSIG as an administrative assistant under bancassurance.

Further, the specialty insurer and reinsurer have also added new members to its Asia segment. 

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Jinnan Tang will be the treaty underwriter for casualty reinsurance and Sam Lim will be joining in January 2024 as a senior underwriter for credit and political risk.

For Tang, he has taken on roles with Westfield Specialty, Aon, and Insight Risk Consulting. Lim was a senior credit underwriter and corporate credit lead with Allianz Trade.

 

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