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Peak Re appoints co-founder Stephen Roder as Independent Non-Exec Director

25th May 2018 - Author: Charlie Wood

Hong Kong-based Peak Reinsurance Company (Peak Re) has announced the appointment of Stephen Roder, one of the company’s Co-Founders, as an Independent Non-Executive Director (INED) effective May 2nd, 2018.

Steve Roder Roder holds over 20 years’ experience in dealing with global companies and in-depth working experience across the Asia market and has a proven track-record in strategy, regulatory matters, finance, capital markets and transactions, with a focus on financial services sector. He previously held several senior positions at Manulife, AIA and KPMG.

Roder replaces Gong Zhiqi, following his resignation from the position.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Peak Re, Franz Josef Hahn, said, “On behalf of the Board, I would like to express my sincere thanks to Mr. Gong who made a great contribution to Peak Re as an INED during his tenure of service at the Board.”

“At the same time, I am delighted to welcome Steve joining Peak Re and becoming an INED and member of our various Board Committees. Mr. Roder possesses extensive experience in Asia and the insurance industry. I am confident that his presence on the Board will be invaluable as we continue to focus on modernising reinsurance and being one of the most valued reinsurance partners to our clients and stakeholders,” Hahn concluded.

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