3rdASEAN INSURANCE SUMMIT 2018

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Its Impact on the ASEAN Insurance Industry

28 November 2018, Wednesday
Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

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About the Event

28 November 2018, Kuala Lumpur – MALAYSIA
“ The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Its Impact on the ASEAN Insurance Industry “


The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Its Impact on the ASEAN Insurance Industry

There are four main effects that the Fourth Industrial Revolution has on business - on customer expectations, on product enhancement, on collaborative innovation, and on organizational forms. Whether consumers or businesses, customers are increasingly at the epicenter of the economy, which is all about improving how customers are served. Physical products and services, moreover, can now be enhanced with digital capabilities that increase their value. New technologies make assets more durable and resilient, while data and analytics are transforming how they are maintained. A world of customer experiences, data-based services, and asset performance through analytics, meanwhile, requires new forms of collaboration, particularly given the speed at which innovation and disruption are taking place. And the emergence of global platforms and other new business models, finally, means that talent, culture, and organizational forms will have to be rethought.

The Summit will explore how innovative approaches, technologies, industrial revolution have the power to transform the way insurance business is conducted.

The Discussion Would Cover :

  • Design a roadmap to sustainable growth
  • How is insurance developing across the region
  • Why has market penetration been slow to expand
  • What are the key success factors for future growth
  • Which are the new technologies and products that can best expand market share
  • What must be done to overcome the barriers to innovation
  • How do the challenges faced differ between companies based on size and profile
  • How can companies best meet the demands of such a large and diverse population

What The Summit Offers ?

  • Keynote Address by the Governor, Bank Negara Malaysia, H.E. Tan Sri Muhammad Bin Ibrahim
  • Insight on the ASEAN Economic, Community and Updates for the Insurance Sector
  • ASEAN with a population base of 700 million by 2025 is a key growth market for the insurance industry
  • High level panel discussion with Entrepreneurial and Inspirational Personalities
  • Regulatroty Perspective of Insurance Liberalisation in ASEAN

Who Should Attend ?

  • Insurance Regulators and Industry Leaders
  • CEOs and Senior Management in the Insurance Industry
  • Reinsures, Brokes, Risk Managers and Data Scientist

FOREWORDS FROM THE SECRETARIAT & COUNCIL


It is my pleasure to see the continuation of the ASEAN Insurance Summit, one of the important initiatives of the ASEAN Insurance Council. Since 2014...


On behalf of the ASEAN Insurance Council (AIC), I am pleased to welcome all our distinguished speakers, panellists and delegates to the 2 nd ASEAN Insurance Summit. Since...


It is with great delight and honour that I welcome new and returning delegates to our 2nd ASEAN Insurance Summit. Following...

Leu Luong Minh
Secretary General, ASEAN Secretariat
It is my pleasure to see the continuation of the ASEAN Insurance Summit, one of the important initiatives of the ASEAN Insurance Council.
Since 2014 when the ASEAN Insurance Council launched the first ASEAN Insurance Summit, this important event has proved to be an effective platform for the ASEAN insurance leaders, regulators, experts, insurers, and practitioners to exchange views on the latest developments and to deliberate on ways forward for further cooperation and integration of the insurance sector in the region.
With the adoption of the ASEAN Economic Community Blueprint 2025 (as part of ASEAN 2025: Forging Ahead Together) in November 2015, ASEAN has continued its commitment to create a deeply integrated and highly cohesive ASEAN economy that would support sustained high economic growth and resilience, with a particular focus on maintaining financial stability amidst the emerging challenges of global economic volatilities. In such context, the role of the insurance sector goes beyond that of a conventional player in the financial service markets for the needs of households and the private sector to serving as an effective instrument that governments could use for long-term infrastructure financing and financial risk management so as to promote regional financial stability, which is one of the three emphasized areas in the Financial Sector Integration Vision for 2025.
As always, we fully support initiatives that promote awareness, preparedness, and the participation of the ASEAN policy makers and stakeholders in the comprehensive implementation of regional economic integration. The vital inputs and opinions on the highlighted issues at the Summit will help to further improve and integrate the insurance sector in ASEAN.
I wish the Summit success.
Mr Michael F. Relossa
Chairman, ASEAN Insurance Council
On behalf of the
ASEAN Insurance Council (AIC), I am pleased to welcome all our distinguished speakers, panellists and delegates to the 2nd ASEAN Insurance Summit. Since the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Blueprint was adopted in 2007, ASEAN as a region has achieved significant progress and prosperity. This year, we continue to explore how the insurance industry can strategically position itself to play a bigger role in the AEC as ASEAN makes inroads towards becoming a more integrated region.
Since our inaugural Summit two years ago, the AIC Secretariat has worked closely with the ASEAN Secretariat and the ASEAN insurance fraternity to ensure that the issues raised and ideas discussed are translated into tangible and practical actions. I am pleased to note we have made significant progress on several projects which continue to support the advancement of the ASEAN insurance industry under the AEC blueprint.
This high-level Summit is a true reflection of AIC’s vision to foster greater partnership among industry players and regulators. Through this platform, we hope to ignite insightful conversations and facilitate an open exchange of information and ideas. It is our vision that the ASEAN insurance industry will leverage each other’s strengths to support the region’s development and contribute to its growth.
Although there are differences, challenges and obstacles, it is through constant engagement, exchanges and collaboration that we will be able to grow together as a region. Insurers are operating in an ever-changing environment marked by intense competition, tightening regulations and rising uncertainties. Against this backdrop, it is all the more important that there is “unity in diversity” in our industry, in order to sustain long-term progress.
Finally, I wish to express my gratitude to the organisers, the ASEAN Secretariat, regulators from the ASEAN member states and AIC member associations for your presence and support. We are deeply honoured to have you here and look forward to open and constructive discussions over the course of the Summit.
Mrs Evelina Pietruschka
Secretary-General, ASEAN Insurance Council
Dear Delegates,
It is with great delight and honour that I welcome new and returning delegates to our 2nd ASEAN Insurance Summit. Following our inaugural Summit two years ago which successfully initiated fruitful discussions on the opportunities and challenges for the insurance industry in light of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), this year we continue to review the progress of the integration and the industry’s readiness for AEC.
Situated strategically among the two Asian powers, China and India, ASEAN is currently the third largest economy in Asia and the seventh largest in the world, with an aggregate GDP of US$2.5 trillion in 2014. By 2030, ASEAN could be the world’s fourth largest single market, after the EU, US, and China. To harness the opportunities of ASEAN, the insurance industry needs to work together to create a more integrated, cohesive and vibrant market, and more importantly, to contribute strategically to the overall development of AEC.
Insurance, given its long term nature, plays an essential role in supporting and sustaining economic growth in the region. This goes beyond the traditional offering of insurance products across markets. What is more significant is insurance’s unique position as a provider of capital with a long-term investment horizon, which generates opportunities for public-private partnerships in infrastructure projects that are essential for economic growth.
While we recognise the disparity and differences among ASEAN member states, having a common industry platform for resources and knowledge sharing will be key to attaining a standard benchmark across the region. As we work towards greater collaboration, issues such as the liberalisation of cross-border transport, the demand for human capital, infrastructure financing and investment, catastrophe financing and micro-insurance, are some of the pertinent topics which we will discuss in depth at this year’s Summit.
On behalf of the ASEAN Insurance Council, I wish to express our deepest appreciation and gratitude to our Guest-of-Honour, Mr. Muliaman D. Hadad, Chairman of OJK Board of Commissioners; all participating ASEAN insurance regulators; moderators, speakers, panelists and delegates, for taking the time to attend this year’s Summit and for sharing your valuable knowledge and ideas. I would also like to thank our sponsors, partners and exhibitors for their continued support and contribution towards this successful industry event.
On this note, I wish everyone a rewarding time at the Summit and I look forward to your insights into how our industry is able to contribute to the overall rise of ASEAN.

Schedule


28 November 2018
08.00 – 09.00
Registration
09.00 – 09.10
Welcome Address
Mrs. Evelina F. Pietruschka - Secretary-General, ASEAN Insurance Council
Opening Ceremony of
- 3rd ASEAN Insurance Summit
- 21st ASEAN Insurance Regulators’ Meeting (AIRM)
- 44th ASEAN Insurance Council (AIC) Meeting
Opening Remarks by Chairman of AIRM/AIC Organizing Committee
Keynote Address by Guest-of-Honour
H.E. Tan Sri Muhammad bin Ibrahim - Governor, Bank Negara Malaysia
Official Opening of 21st AIRM, 44th AIC and 3rd AIS
10.30 – 10.50
Networking Break – Morning Coffee
28 November 2018
Plenary 1
10.50 – 11.10
ASEAN Secretariat Keynote Address
AEC Progress and Updates for the Insurance Sector – 2025 Vision
Speaker: Dr. Aladdin D. Rillo (TBC) - Deputy Secretary-General of ASEAN for the ASEAN Economic Community
11.10 – 11.30
Insurance Liberalisation in ASEAN – Panel on Regulatory Perspective Panelists:
Representatives from the ASEAN Working Committee on Financial Services Liberalization (WC-FSL) and ASEAN Insurance Forum (AIFo) – (TBC)
11.30 – 12.45
4IR Panel Discussion:
How the Fourth Industrial Revolution Will Shape the Insurance Industry and Its Impact on the ASEAN Insurance Industry Moderator: Mr. Rico Hizon International News Journalist
Moderator:
Mr. Rico Hizon International - News Journalist
Panelists:
1. Puan Jessica Chew Cheng Lian - Deputy Governor, Bank Negara Malaysia
2. Tan Sri Dr. Tony Fernandes - Group CEO, AirAsia Berhad
3. Mr. Don Kanak - Chairman, EU-ASEAN Business Council
4. Mr. Nadiem Makarim - CEO & Founder GO-JEK
12.45 – 14.00
Networking Lunch Break
Plenary 2
14.00 – 14.15
Ingraining the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Insurance
Speaker:
Prof. Lutfey Siddiqi Systemic Risk Centre, The London School of Economics & Political Science
14.15– 15.45
Insurance Innovators’ Panel
Insurance in a Digital Economy
Moderator:
Mr. William Yap - Chief Data Scientist, Artificial Intelligence Malaysia
Panelists:
1. Mr. Huynh Thanh Phongn - CEO & Executive Director, FWD Group
2. Mr. Bill Song - CEO, Zhong An Tech
3. Prof. Lutfey Siddiqi - Systemic Risk Centre
4. Dr. Woody Mo - Founder e-Bao Technologies
5. Mr. Antony Lee - Chairman PIAM & CEO AIG Malaysia
15.45 – 16.00
Networking - Afternoon Tea
Plenary 3
16.00 – 17.10
Public-Private Partnership Panel
Promoting Insurance Public-Private Partnerships in Infrastructure Projects
Moderator:
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Panelists:
1. Mr. Brian Murray - Chief Economist, AIA Group
2. Mr. Boo Hock Khoo - Vice President, Operations, Credit Guarantee & Investment Facility
3. Mr. Alex Wong - Head of Global Partnerships, Members of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
4. Mr. Richard Record - Lead Economist, World Bank Group
5. Speaker from Eastspring Investments
28 November 2018
17:10 - 17:30
Wrap-up Session:
Speaker:
Mr. Rico Hizon International News Journalist
17:30 - 17:45
Closing Remarks
Speaker:
Mr. Patrick Teow Chairman, ASEAN Insurance Council & CEO AIA Singapore

Speakers


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Don Kanak

Chairman, Eastspring Investments, Chairman, EU-ASEAN Business Council

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Rico Hizon

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Bill Song

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Huynh Thanh Phong

Group Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of FWD Group

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Lutfey Siddiqi

Visiting Professor-in-Practice at the London School of Economics

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Alex Wong

Head of Global Challenge Partnerships Member of the Executive Committee World Economic Forum

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Brian Murray

Responsible for macro-economic research at AIA Group

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Patrick Teow

CEO AIA Singapore

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    Vinnie Lauria

    Managing Partner of Golden Gate Ventures

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    Puan Jessica

    Deputy Governor at Bank Negara Malaysia

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    Anthony Lee

    Chairman CEO, AIG Malaysia Insurance Bhd

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    William Yap

    Chief Data Scientist, Artificial Intelligence Malaysia

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    Woody Mo

    President and Chief Executive Officer of eBaoTech Corporation

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    Boo Hock Khoo

    CGIF's Vice President overseeing its operations

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    Brian Murray

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Don Kanak
Chairman, Eastspring Investments, Chairman, EU-ASEAN Business Council

Don Kanak is the Chairman of Eastspring Investments, the Asia investment organisation of Prudential plc which is one of Asia’s leading retail asset managers with over US$140 billion in assets under management (as at 30 June 2016). Don is also Chairman of Prudence Foundation Ltd., the community engagement arm of Prudential in Asia.
Don is based in Hong Kong and has lived and worked in Asia for over 28 years. From 2008 to January 2016, Don served as Chairman of Prudential Corporation Asia, and from 1992 to January 2006, Don served in a number of senior positions at American International Group (AIG), ultimately as Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of AIG.
Don serves as Chairman of the EU-ASEAN Business Council, the primary voice for European business within in the ASEAN region. In 2011-12, Don chaired the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Insurance and Asset Management and is currently a member of its Council on Southeast Asia. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Don is a Senior Fellow of the Harvard Law School Program on International Financial Systems. He is a Trustee of WWF-Hong Kong, and serves on the National Council of WWF-U.S. He was also a member of the United Nations Global Environment Facility’s Technical Advisory Group on its climate change mitigation strategy. Early in his career, Don worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Don holds a J.D. with honours from Harvard Law School and an M.Litt in Management Studies from University of Oxford (U.K.), and a B.A. with highest honors in economics from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and currently chairs the UNC Global Leadership Council.

Rico Hizon
Chairman, Eastspring Investments, Chairman, EU-ASEAN Business Council
Bill Song
Huynh Thanh Phong
Group Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of FWD Group
is the Group Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of FWD Group, the insurance arm of Pacific Century Group. As CEO, Phong leads the Group’s operational and strategic development, driving its growth strategy and creating value for shareholders. From 2010 to 2013 Phong was Regional Chief Executive for AIA, responsible for leading the business operations in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, India, Thailand and Sri Lanka. From 2009 to 2010, Phong was the Executive Vice President for Insurance for Fullerton Financial Holdings, a subsidiary of TemasekHoldings. Previously,Phong held many senior positions during his 12 years at Prudential including founding CEOof Prudential Vietnam and Regional Managing Director for Prudential Asia. In 2005, he was awarded the title of Officerof the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of his contribution to the UK financial service sector in Vietnam.
Lutfey Siddiqi
Visiting Professor-in-Practice at the London School of Economics
is a Visiting Professor-in-Practice at the London School of Economics where he is also a member of the Court of Governors and advisory board of the Systemic Risk Centre. Concurrently, he is an Adjunct Professor and advisory council member of the Centre for Governance at the National University of Singapore. Previously, he was a member of the executive committee for FX, Rates & Credit at UBS investment bank with global responsibility for emerging markets. Lutfey is a member of the World Economic Forum council on long-term investing and infrastructure, having previously served in working groups on capital markets, risk and inclusive finance. A former board member of CFA Singapore, Lutfey is now an inaugural member of the CFA Future of Finance content council.
Alex Wong
Head of Global Challenge Partnerships Member of the Executive Committee World Economic Forum

is a member of the senior leadership team at the World Economic Forum, an international organization for public private cooperation with a mission to improve the state of the world. Since joining the World Economic Forum in 2000, Alex’s responsibilities have included: co-leading the development and implementation of the Forum's industry strategies as head of the Center for Global Industries in the World Economic Forum's Geneva headquarters; leading the Forum’s activities in the Basics & Infrastructure industries from 2006-2015 and the IT & Telecoms, Media & Entertainment industries from 2000-2006; leading the Future of the Digital Economy & Society initiative; and leading many of the Forum’s large multistakeholder global initiatives including the Partnership Against Corruption Initiative, the Global Education Initiative, the Global Strategic Infrastructure Initiative, and the Internet for All project. Prior to joining the Forum, Alex worked for 12 years in a variety of professional roles at Accenture, General Motors, and the US National Parks Service. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto, and a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University.

Brian Murray
Responsible for macro-economic research at AIA Group
is responsible for macro-economic research at AIA Group, based in Hong Kong. He spent five years in Beijing (2006 to 2011) where he was responsible for AIG’s corporate research efforts across Asia. Prior to that, Brian ran an emerging markets research team at AIG in New York for ten years. Brian has held various teaching positions at Columbia, Rutgers, Georgetown, Capital Normal University in Beijing, and Hong Kong University. He received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, his Master’s from Georgetown, and his doctorate from Columbia. He is fluent in Mandarin, Russian, and French. AIA Group Limited is the largest independent publicly listed pan-Asian life insurance group in the world. It has wholly-owned main operating subsidiaries or branches in 15 markets in Asia Pacific - Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Korea, the Philippines, Australia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Vietnam, New Zealand, Macau and Brunei and a 50% joint venture shareholding in India.
Patrick TeowCEO AIA Singapore
Sept 2015 to current – CEO AIA Singapore Overall responsible for leading the growth, development, performance and success of AIA's business operations in Singapore. July 2013 to Aug 2015 – Chief Executive Officer, AIA Group Agency Distribution. Leads AIA Group’s vision and mission for the growth, development and transformation of the Premier Agency across 14 of the 18 markets in Asia Pacific. Engaging with various stakeholders and senior management to improve the scale, quality, productivity and professionalism of the agency distribution channel. Setting the strategic direction and building the foundation towards achieving long term sustainable growth. Oversees Group Premier Academy, Group Distribution Platforms, Group Distribution Services & Support, Regional Chief Agency Office, Premier Agency Office and Agency Performance Analytics. Responsible for the overall growth, performance, business quality and profitability of agency distribution in AIA Group. Member of AIA Group’s Operational Risk Committee.
Vinnie Lauria
I am the Managing Partner of Golden Gate Ventures, an early stage Venture Capital firm investing across Southeast Asia and bridging startups to Silicon Valley. I previously co-founded Lefora, a forum hosting service powering over 100,000 communities on the web, and was acquired by CrowdGather (CRWG). In 2006, I started the SiliconValley NewTech meetup, critiquing and reviewing thousands of startups. I’ve advised and mentored startups working the Founder Institute, JFDI, and that National University of SIngapore. I was awarded “Highest Rated Startup Mentor” in Asia by the Founder Institute in 2013. I’ve guest lectured at Berkley, Chicago Booth, and the National University of Singapore and have spoken at Harvard Business School’s Project for Asian and International Relations, the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Unleashing Digital Indonesia.
Puan Jessica
Deputy Governor at Bank Negara Malaysia
currently Deputy Governor at Bank Negara Malaysia. She has over 20 years of experience in financial sector supervision and regulation with the Bank. She is currently responsible for financial stability and financial sector development and also oversees the Bank’s organisational development and centralised shared services. Jessica represents the Bank as an adviser member of the Malaysian Accounting Standards Board, Chair of the Board of the Finance Accreditation Agency, a board member of the Credit Guarantee Corporation and a member of the Employee Provident Fund’s Investment Panel. Jessica holds a Chartered Banker qualification from the Chartered Banker Institute (Scotland) and is an associate member of CPA Australia. She graduated from the University of Melbourne, Australia with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree majoring in accounting and finance.
Anthony Lee
Chairman CEO, AIG Malaysia Insurance Bhd
Antony has been in the insurance sector for over 14 years. Prior to this appointment, he was CEO of AIG Vietnam from 2011 where his responsibilities included the development of one of the AIG’s key growth countries in the Asia Pacific region. He began his career at AIG in 2001 as Vice President of Business Development with AIG’s Software International JV based in Malaysia, and has served in numerous roles including CEO of AIG Global Services and Regional Vice President of Commercial and Consumer Business for APAC region. Antony was first elected to the PIAM Management Committee in 2014, and was appointed as the Deputy Chairman of PIAM in April 2015. He was subsequently elected as the Chairman of PIAM with effect from 22 April 2016. Antony holds a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Diploma in Architecture from University College London and is also a graduate of AIG’s Executive Development Management program.
William Yap
Chief Data Scientist, Artificial Intelligence Malaysia

William is currently the Chief Data Scientist of Artificial Intelligence Malaysia. He has over a decade of experience in data science practise and consultancy at various industry leaders. As the first data scientist hired by the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), he was instrumental in driving Malaysia’s Big Data Analytics (BDA) talent and industry developments. He has led high-impact Artificial Intelligence (AI) projects with other leading international data scientists. He also founded ONz, a sports social network startup, which was adopted by the Malaysian Ministry of Youth and Sports for a nationwide campaign. Being an entrepreneur himself, William is well positioned to mentor other startups and established corporations on digitalisation and data innovations. William graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Actuarial Studies.

Don Kanak
Chairman, Eastspring Investments, Chairman, EU-ASEAN Business Council
Don Kanak is the Chairman of Eastspring Investments, the Asia investment organisation of Prudential plc which is one of Asia’s leading retail asset managers with over US$140 billion in assets under management (as at 30 June 2016). Don is also Chairman of Prudence Foundation Ltd., the community engagement arm of Prudential in Asia. Don is based in Hong Kong and has lived and worked in Asia for over 28 years. From 2008 to January 2016, Don served as Chairman of Prudential Corporation Asia, and from 1992 to January 2006, Don served in a number of senior positions at American International Group (AIG), ultimately as Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of AIG. Don serves as Chairman of the EU-ASEAN Business Council, the primary voice for European business within in the ASEAN region. In 2011-12, Don chaired the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Insurance and Asset Management and is currently a member of its Council on Southeast Asia. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Don is a Senior Fellow of the Harvard Law School Program on International Financial Systems. He is a Trustee of WWF-Hong Kong, and serves on the National Council of WWF-U.S. He was also a member of the United Nations Global Environment Facility’s Technical Advisory Group on its climate change mitigation strategy. Early in his career, Don worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Don holds a J.D. with honours from Harvard Law School and an M.Litt in Management Studies from University of Oxford (U.K.), and a B.A. with highest honors in economics from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and currently chairs the UNC Global Leadership Council.
Rico Hizon
Bill Song
Huynh Thanh Phong
Group Chief Executive Officer FWDGroup
Huynh Thanh Phong is the Group Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of FWD Group, the insurance arm of Pacific Century Group. As CEO, Phong leads the Group’s operational and strategic development, driving its growth strategy and creating value for shareholders. From 2010 to 2013 Phong was Regional Chief Executive for AIA, responsible for leading the business operations in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, India, Thailand and Sri Lanka. From 2009 to 2010, Phong was the Executive Vice President for Insurance for Fullerton Financial Holdings, a subsidiary of TemasekHoldings. Previously,Phong held many senior positions during his 12 years at Prudential including founding CEOof Prudential Vietnam and Regional Managing Director for Prudential Asia. In 2005, he was awarded the title of Officerof the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of his contribution to the UK financial service sector in Vietnam.

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Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur 2, Jalan Dato Onn, Kuala Lumpur, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


About Sasana Kijang


Sasana Kijang, a centre of knowledge and learning excellence established by Bank Negara Malaysia in 2011, embodies the Bank’s commitment for the development of thought leadership and for regional and international collaboration in central banking and financial services. The centre represents the Bank’s continuous drive for talent development through effective learning initiatives as well as creating a conducive environment to promote best practices in central banking.
Sasana Kijang also hosts the Bank's regional and international strategic partners, namely the South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre, Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB), and Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI). The World Bank Group (WBG) commenced operations at Sasana Kijang in March 2016, and the Asia School of Business (ASB) is temporarily located here pending the completion of its campus development.
The centre’s modern facilities provide an opportunity for learning, research and engaging in discourse with full conference facilities, including a main auditorium, and meeting and conference rooms.
In Sanskrit, Sasana means a meeting point for the learned and wise. When combined with Kijang, the barking deer which is closely identified with Bank Negara Malaysia, Sasana Kijang represents all that is consistent with the Bank and its identity.
Two public services related to informal learning are provided at no cost to visitors:
• Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery (opens from 10 am to 6 pm)
• Knowledge Management Centre (opens from 8 am to 6.30 pm)
F&B facilities available at Sasana Kijang:
• Sasana Kijang Café: Opens Monday to Friday only from 7 am to 7 pm. The café offers a tempting selection of local, international or specialty menus.
• Museum Café: Opens daily from 8 am to 8 pm. Located within the Museum and Art Gallery, light snacks and drinks are available. The café is closed when the Museum and Art Gallery is closed during the first 2 days of Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
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Address

AIC (ASEAN Insurance Council) Secretariat
Permata Kuningan Bld, 2nd Fl.
Jl. Kuningan Mulia 9C Jakarta – Indonesia

Phone

+62 21 2906 9760
+62 21 2906 9759