Tune Protect Names AXA Affin Life’s Ex-CEO, Rohit Nambiar As Their New Group CEOOctober 13, 2020 0 comments
Tune Protect Group Berhad today announced the appointment of Rohit Chandrasekharan Nambiar as its Group Chief Executive Officer effective 14 October 2020. Rohit takes over the helm from Khoo Ai Lin who resigned on 31 July 2020.
In his new role, Rohit will be responsible for steering Tune Protect on its continuing journey of growth and digital transformation.
Chairman of Tune Protect Group Berhad, Ng Siek Chuan said,
“We are proud that Rohit has joined as Group Chief Executive Officer of the Company and to have him lead our operations across Malaysia, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates. With his track record of success spanning 17 years in the Insurance Industry, I am confident Rohit will help scale our business to a new level of growth and success. Rohit brings to the role not only invaluable insights, but a wealth of experience built up over an illustrious career.”
Rohit’s focus will be on strengthening the Company’s reach in the retail consumer space – driving innovation in product ideas and digital solutions, enhancing customer experience by focusing on ease and convenience, and growing the affinity, B2C and B2B2C distribution platforms leveraging big data and technology.
Rohit is no stranger to the Insurance Industry and joins us from AXA Affin Life Insurance Berhad where he was the CEO and had the overall responsibility for the strategic direction, management, and growth operations throughout the organisation.
Commenting on his appointment, Rohit said,
“I am excited to be taking on the role of Group Chief Executive Officer for Tune Protect and I look forward to working with our board, employees and all stakeholders concerned in driving and positioning the Company’s future as a preferred digital lifestyle insurer across South East Asian markets.”
Rohit began his career as an Analyst with AXA in India. He has experience working across various departments and has held senior positions in both local and regional capacities within Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and India.