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AAHL's new reinsurance intermediary & service solutions business in Hong Kong

Asia Affinity Holdings Limited (“AAHL”) and Susanna Lam are pleased to announce the launch of their new reinsurance intermediary and service solutions business in Hong Kong.

The new joint venture to be known as Acacia Insurance Solutions Limited (“AISL”), will be led by Susanna Lam as Chief Executive. The company will provide innovative reinsurance, captive management and related services to companies regionally.

Ms Lam, is an experienced financial services executive, and well known in the International insurance and reinsurance community. Ms Lam has held various senior positions throughout the insurance value chain, and worked for direct insurers, reinsurers, a reinsurance broker and an International credit rating agency. In these roles she has worked in China and Australia as well as in her native Hong Kong.

AISL will work closely with the other AAHL group companies focused on providing reinsurance advice and solutions to clients within Asia Pacific region. Building on the Group’s specialties in Captive management, micro and SME communities, as well as mutual and cooperative operations. AISL will support the Group’s initiatives by utilizing its expertise and network in the international reinsurance market.

“After being an independent consultant for 5 years advising re/insurance companies on marketing strategies, ERM and credit rating, I’m very pleased to be back and actively participating in the industry again. AAHL has a great team and I’m looking forward to working closely with them,” said Susanna Lam, Chief Executive and Responsible Officer of AISL.

Graham Clark , CEO of Asia Affinity commented, “We are very pleased to have Susanna join our Team. She brings a highly complementary set of both technical reinsurance and marketing skill sets, and all our colleagues in the Group, extend a very warm welcome to her. We all look forward to working closely with Susanna to accelerate our client services and business development capacity regionally“.


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