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Christina Ong appointed chairman of insurance firm Ed Asia Singapore

She brings with her 40 years of experience in the insurance industry.

Global insurance firm Ed Asia has appointed industry veteran Christina Ong as chairman of the company. Based in Singapore, Ong assumes her role with immediate effect.

Ong brings with her a strong and established reputation to Ed, with more than 40 years of industry experience spanning across key regions in both Asia and Europe.

Christina joins from Howden Insurance Brokers Singapore, where she held the role of managing director of Specialty. Prior to this Christina held a number of senior positions, including Managing director at Alexander & Alexander, Asia and CEO of KIB Insurance Brokers Singapore.
 

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