Insurers ring changes in Asian businesses

Axa, Manulife and Prudential all make changes in management of subsidiaries in key growth market for 2011


Insurers in Europe and North America are shaking up management in their Asian businesses ahead of a year in which the continent is likely to play a large role in sector growth.

Paris-based Axa has appointed Jean-Louis Laurent Josi as chief executive officer of its Japanese business. Replacing him in his current role as CEO of its Gulf business is Jérôme Droesch, formerly head of the firm's business in south-west France.

UK insurer Prudential has moved the CEO of its Singapore business, Philip

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