WTW appoints Vietnam leader

Appointee played a key role in driving sustainable growth in the country

WTW appoints Vietnam leader

Insurance News

By Kenneth Araullo

WTW has appointed My Thien Nguyen (pictured above) as country leader and head of corporate risk and broking in Vietnam, effective Aug. 1. She will succeed Philippe Robineau, who will leave the insurer on July 31.

Thien comes to the role with close to 20 years of experience in the insurance industry and has held various management positions. She was promoted to her current position from the chief financial officer role in WTW Vietnam. In the latter role, she was key in building and implementing the firm’s strategy as well as driving sustainable growth in Vietnam.

WTW head of Asia Pacific and head of corporate risk and broking in Asia Pacific Simon Weaver said that he is confident in Thien’s ability to bring the firm to the next level in the country.

“This year, WTW celebrates 30 years in Vietnam. Over the years, we have been strongly engaged in its economy, community and people through our people and risk business, protecting and strengthening organisations and individuals with our integrated services and solutions,” Weaver said.

In February, the insurer also announced the appointment of Pieter Van Ede as global head of trade credit.

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