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Bermudian-based Sompo International Holdings Ltd, the global re/insurer, has appointed Kenneth Reilly as head of its new Tokyo office.

Mr Reilly joins the company on July 1 as executive vice-president, general manager, global business department, Sompo Holdings and executive vice-president, head of the Tokyo office.

He will report to both Mikio Okumura, chief operating officer, Sompo Holdings and James Shea, chairman and CEO, Sompo International.

Mr Shea said: "Establishing our new Sompo International office in Tokyo is a big step forward towards increasing collaboration and education among the employees of Sompo International and the Sompo Insurance companies in Japan.

“I’m very excited to have Ken join to lead these efforts. Ken and his team will focus on building 'One Sompo,' delivering a consistent market approach across all of our lines of insurance business while sharing best practices and strengthening the strategic alignment between Sompo International and the other Sompo Group insurance companies.”

James Shea, chairman and CEO, Sompo International (Photograph supplied)
Kenneth Reilly: to head up Sompo International’s new Tokyo office (Photograph supplied)

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Published April 11, 2022 at 7:40 am (Updated April 11, 2022 at 7:40 am)

Reilly to head Sompo Tokyo office

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