Chubb Launches Major Accounts Division in Asia-Pacific Region, Headed by White

Chubb announced the establishment of a Major Accounts Division in the Asia Pacific region, a dedicated premium service that encompasses underwriting, risk engineering and claims for the region’s large, global and multi-national clients and business partners.

The new Major Accounts Division will be headed by Doug White, currently country president of Hong Kong, Taiwan & Macau. As the head of the Major Accounts Division for Asia Pacific, White will be responsible for delivering tailor-made, holistic solutions and services to clients and business partners through management of the Chubb Global Services team, Global Client Executives, Claims Client Relationship Managers and Risk Engineers.

In his new role, White will report to Jason Keen, Chubb’s Regional Head of Property & Casualty, Asia Pacific. His appointment is effective on Oct. 1, 2018.

White has been in the insurance industry for more than 25 years. He joined Chubb in 2014 as country president for Hong Kong, Taiwan & Macau, a post he has held for four years. Prior to joining Chubb, he was a managing director at Jardine Lloyd Thompson (November 2010-March 2014), according to his LinkedIn profile. Prior to that, he was CEO, Asia Pacific, for HSBC Insurance Brokers (January 2006-April 2010) where he also had the role of chief operating officer and managing director, Hong Kong (January 2003-December 2005), his LinkedIn profile said.

In a separate appointment, Patrick Wong has been appointed to the newly created position of Global Client Executive, North Asia, effective Oct. 1. Reporting to White in his new role, Wong will serve as the senior relationship manager and single point of contact for Chubb’s large global clients in North Asia.

Wong is presently Chubb’s Head of Property & Casualty for Hong Kong. He is a well-known figure in the local insurance industry with a long and accomplished career. He joined Chubb’s predecessor company in 1991 and since then, has been an integral member of the Property & Casualty team, eventually taking on its leadership in 2005.

Source: Chubb