Aviva Asia has announced a new regional leader for its businesses in China, Indonesia and Vietnam.
Randy Lianggara has been made regional chief executive officer for the firm in each country in a newly created role.
Lianggara joined Aviva Asia in June 2016 as regional executive for Indonesia and Vietnam, having previously been country CEO of life insurance, general insurance and asset management for AXA Indonesia.
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The new role was created as the major insurer sees similarities between the three markets.
China and Indonesia are the most populous countries in the region, with Vietnam in eighth, and each nation has a low rate of insurance penetration alongside a burgeoning middle class and growing economies.
The firm said that it sees each market as “promising” and the appointment of Lianggara will help the business continue to boost its presence.
Lianggara will continue to report to Chris Wei, executive chairman of Aviva Asia and global chairman of Aviva Digital. He will also oversee the operations of the Asia regional office.
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