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MS First Capital Insurance CEO Ramaswamy Athappan has passed away

MSFC is an affiliate company of MSIG Asia.

MSIG Asia expressed its condolences for the passing of Ramaswamy Athappan, CEO of its affiliate company MS First Capital Insurance (MSFC), a Singapore-based general insurer.

Athappan is said to have passed away on 22 May. 

MSIG Asia CEO Clemens Philippi extended thoughts and prayers to the late MSFC CEO’s loved ones.

“Our hearts weigh heavy with the sudden departure of Mr. Athappan, whose passion, wisdom, and leadership had been a beacon of inspiration for colleagues, clients, and partners worldwide,” Philippi said. 

“His memory will continue to inspire and guide us as we honour his remarkable legacy,” Philippi added.

In a press statement, MSIG Asia hailed Athappan as a “revered and visionary leader” who left behind a legacy of “integrity, excellence, and unwavering dedication.”

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