RSA names MD for Oman operations
Dubai, July 29, 2010
RSA Middle East, the leading insurance solutions provider, has appointed Tony Chaudhry as the managing director for its Oman operations with immediate effect.
Tony Chaudhry has held several key roles within RSA Group, and his most recent posting has been the integration director in Oman following the acquisition of Al Ahlia Insurance, a statement said.
Chaudhry will be responsible for leading both the RSA and Al Ahlia propositions going forward as he will continue to retain the responsibility for the integration of the two companies.
Following the announcement, the company also announced Sanjeev Jha as the personal lines director as well as the appointment of A R Srinivasan to the role of specialty director of Oman.
“Tony takes on the responsibility of managing our business at an important time,” said Paul Holmes, RSA CEO (Middle East).
“RSA’s acquisition of Al Ahlia is a testimony to our commitment to grow our business in Oman and has strengthened our position as the preferred insurer among both individual and commercial customers.”
“Tony’s experience from business and proposition development for growth markets will provide important support to RSA Oman in this time of change, and we are determined and committed to further strengthen the relationship we have with our customers and partners as we drive the integrated company to new levels of success in the region,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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