WTW makes senior leadership appointments in Singapore

Duo of company veterans to hold key roles in one of the region's top markets

WTW makes senior leadership appointments in Singapore

Insurance News

By Gabriel Olano

WTW has made two leadership appointments in Singapore, naming Choo Oi San (pictured above) as Singapore country leader and Ludan Wang as head of corporate risk and broking (CRB) for Singapore.

Choo will hold her new role alongside her current duties as division leader for South Asia and emerging markets for WTW’s insurance consulting and technology business. She has spent 24 years in the consulting business, 13 of which were with WTW. An active member of the risk and insurance community in Singapore, Choo previously served as president of the Singapore Actuarial Society as well as an academic board member of the Singapore College of Insurance.

Wang (pictured directly above) has been with WTW for nearly two decades and was most recently head of Asia sales and client management in the CRB business. He has extensive experience and knowledge of the Asian and global markets, having worked with large corporates and small and medium-sized enterprises across multiple markets and lines of business. Wang began his insurance career in 2003 by joining Willis China and later held several leadership roles, such as sales leader for CRB China. He has been a member of RIMS Regional Advisory Group since 2018 and an advisor to regulators in several major Asian markets.

“These appointments are a testament to the strong pool of talent we have in WTW,” said Clare Muhiudeen, head of Asia, WTW. “Both Oi San and Ludan are well-regarded for their professional credentials. They bring with them deep experience and market insights, making them well-placed to excel in their respective roles. As a risk consultant and actuary, Oi San’s knowledge of the region and the Singapore market will contribute greatly to how we add value for our clients to help them address challenges and opportunities in a rapidly evolving risk landscape.”

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