Tune Protect Malaysia Names Veteran Banker Jubin Mehta as Its New CEO

Tune Protect Malaysia Names Veteran Banker Jubin Mehta as Its New CEO

by June 1, 2022

Tune Protect Malaysia, the general insurance arm of Tune Protect Group, announced the appointment of Jubin Mehta as its Chief Executive Officer effective 5 May 2022.

The group said in a statement that Jubin will be responsible for transforming Tune Protect Malaysia into a technologically progressive organisation, aligned to its aspiration of simplifying insurance for its customers.

Jubin has more than 18 years’ experience in the banking industry, particularly in India, Vietnam, and Malaysia.

His experience in the last 5 years, notably in the financial technology field includes bootstrapping a data analytics company as well as consulting with Axiata Digital and Courts Mammoth for projects in the digital lending space.

Jubin has worked with Standard Chartered Bank and HDFC Bank in the past, accumulating extensive banking experience in ecosystem banking, supply chain financing, cross-border trade, Small, Medium Enterprise (SME) banking and digital lending.

Rohit Chandrasekharan Nambiar

Rohit Nambiar

“We are excited that Jubin has joined as the Chief Executive Officer and to have him lead our operations across Malaysia.


With his extensive technical and leadership experience in the financial services and technology space prior to his move to Tune Protect Malaysia, I believe that he will create exciting synergies with the team to speed up Tune Protect’s digitalisation efforts into becoming the lifestyle insurer that everyone loves across the region”,

said Rohit Nambiar, Group Chief Executive Officer of Tune Protect.

Jubin Mehta

Jubin Mehta

“I am excited to be working with the Board members, employees, business partners and all stakeholders in Tune Protect Malaysia as we make our mark in the general insurance landscape in Malaysia.


With my experience in the banking industry, particularly in SME banking, I am also thrilled to be leading the SME solutions developments across the group,”

said Jubin.