The property and casualty insurer has appointed a seasoned industry executive to lead its Singapore business.
Chubb has appointed Kevin Bogardus as country president in Singapore, replacing Scott Simpson, who will become president for Chubb’s operations in Hong Kong and Macau, according to an announcement on Thursday.
Bogardus, who brings more than 25 years of experience in the insurance industry, joined Chubb in 2009 as chief advisor to Huatai Insurance, where Chubb is the largest shareholder. He helped grow Chubb’s footprint in China and expanded its business into new product lines becoming the market leader in Life Sciences, Financial Lines and Chinese multinational programs.
In his new role, Bogardus will have overall responsibility for the growth and financial results of the operations across all lines of business and manage all affinity partnerships and drive efforts to deepen and grow them. Currently the country president for Chubb in China but will relocate to Singapore for the role, which reports to Edward Ler, Chubb’s executive vice president and head of Southeast Asia.