AXA Asia appoints regional chief risk officer

New hire founded a risk management firm and also held positions with Ageas, MetLife, Tillinghast, and AM Best Europe

Insurance News

By Gabriel Olano

AXA Asia has named Annie Tay as its new regional chief risk officer, effective immediately. She will report to Louis Laurent Josi, regional CEO, and AXA Group chief risk officer, Alban De Nesle Mailly.
At AXA Asia, Tay will be in charge of the entire risk management framework and ensure compliance and governance is maintained and managed on all levels: global, regional, and local. She will provide strategic advice on enterprise-risk matters with regards to customer, distribution, operational and product life cycle management.
Josi commented on the appointment: “I take great pleasure in welcoming Annie to the team at AXA Asia. We have embarked on our next 5-year strategy that is increasingly customer-focused and that requires us to continue to develop our ability to adapt to our customers’ evolving risk landscape and be able to anticipate tomorrow’s risks. Annie’s deep understanding of risk management makes her a strong fit to uphold and evolve AXA Asia’s risk culture.”
Previously, Tay was director and CEO of Cubic Risk Solutions, a risk management firm she founded in 2010. She also worked for Ageas Insurance as its chief risk officer. She has also held management and specialist roles at MetLife Group, Tillinghast, and AM Best Europe. She has over two decades’ experience in the insurance industry.
Tay is fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (FIA) and a chartered enterprise risk analyst. She is a graduate of Macquarie University, Australia and University of Hong Kong and holds a Master of Applied Finance and a Master of Board of Directors degrees. 

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