Ed Asia announces senior appointment in Singapore

Ed, the global reinsurance, wholesale and specialty broker, today announces the appointment of Elia Rahmita Price as Director, Developing Markets of Ed Asia, effective immediately.

With more than 15 years of industry experience, both in broking and underwriting roles, Elia’s expertise spans across offshore energy, power, telecoms and general property classes in the developing markets.  Elia joins Ed from Howden Specialty Asia, where she held the role of Associate Director. Prior to this she was responsible for the development of Marnix Insurance Brokers’ business across South East Asia as the senior reinsurance broker.

Elia will primarily focus on deepening relationships with existing customers, while also developing new opportunities in key markets such as Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Stephen Britten, CEO Ed Asia and MENA said: “Elia is another key appointment as we look to bolster our best-in-class team and strengthen our offering in the dynamic Asian and MENA markets. Her vast experience in the region provides Elia with an invaluable perspective and insights, further adding value to our clients and business partners.  We are excited to have her on board.”

 

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