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Markel adds two energy underwriters to APAC team

14th October 2021 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Markel International, a subsidiary of the Markel Corporation, has announced the additions of Max Robbie and Yong Ruay Heah as specialist energy underwriters within its Asia Pacific team.

MarkelBased in Dubai, Robbie has been appointed as head of upstream – Asia, and will report directly to Christian Stobbs, managing director of Markel International in Asia.

He will work closely with the businesses’ global energy team to further expand its energy portfolio in the Asia Pacific region.

Robbie has more than eight years of underwriting experience, having started his career at Markel International, where he worked in the London office as an energy underwriter.

Prior to his new position, Robbie was the lead energy underwriter at Oman Insurance Company (OIC).

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Meanwhile, Heah has joined Markel International’s Singapore office, where he will work across the specialist insurer’s upstream and renewable energy business lines, reporting to Tom Baker, head of renewable energy.

Before his appointment, Heah worked at Aon as part of the Construction, Power & Infrastructure team for Asia.

“We are excited to have both Max and Yong Ruay join us to propel the expansion and development of Markel’s energy underwriting capability in the Asia Pacific region,” said Stobbs. “Based on their experience and knowledge in the energy markets, their involvement further supports our desire to bring specialist expertise to brokers and clients in the region.”

Rohan Davies, divisional managing director of Energy for Markel International, added: “In tandem with upholding Markel’s strong reputation of delivering technical underwriting excellence along with the expansion of our energy portfolio in the Asia Pacific region, Max and Yong Ruay’s addition to our global energy team will continue to raise the quality and accessibility of our energy insurance solutions across Asia Pacific.”

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