TMLS appoints two new C-suites execs
Both appointees have experience in senior leadership roles.
Tokio Marine Life Insurance Singapore Ltd. (TMLS) has appointed two C-suite executives: Jun Tokura as Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Esther Huang as Chief Risk Officer.
Both of them have held various senior leadership positions throughout their careers and have earned a reputation for their strategic vision and business expertise.
With over 30 years of experience in the life insurance business, as the Deputy CEO, Tokura will work closely with the CEO and other members of the executive team to set the strategic direction for the company, drive operational efficiency and deliver value to our stakeholders. He joined the Tokio Marine Group in 1991, served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Tokio Marine Life Malaysia and held the position of Chief Strategy Officer at Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance in India.
Tokura presently serves as the Special Advisor for life insurance at Tokio Marine Asia. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences from Tokyo University and is a Fellow of the Underwriter's Association of Japan.
Meanwhile, Esther Huang brings with her 18 years of vast experience in Financial, Risk and Capital Management. Her expertise and leadership in this area are of immeasurable value. Prior to joining TMLS, Esther served as Director at Willis Towers Watson, where she led several successful finance transformation initiatives involving multinational insurers and regulators. Esther is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, UK (FIA) and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), and she holds an MSc in Actuarial Management from City University UK and a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB) from the University of London.
Tokio Marine Life Insurance Singapore Ltd. is part of Tokio Marine Holdings, Inc., which was established as the first insurance company in Japan more than 140 years ago. Today, Tokio Marine is one of the world’s largest insurance groups, with a robust network that spans across 46 countries and regions, operated by teams of more than 40,000 employees.