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ReMark appoints Na Jia CEO & Head of SCOR Global Life Distribution Solutions

20th July 2017 - Author: Staff Writer

SCOR subsidiary, ReMark International, has named Na Jia, an industry veteran with over 20 years re/insurance experience, as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Head of Global Distribution Solutions at SCOR Global Life, working as a member of the segment’s Senior Management Team.

Na JiaJia’s appointment comes into effect from July 28th, 2017, and follows the resignation of Stephen Collins as CEO of ReMark International and Head of Global Distribution Solutions at SCOR Global Life.

SCOR Global Life’s CEO, Mr Paolo De Martin, said; “We are grateful for Stephen’s past contribution and well established achievements for ReMark and delighted to have Na as a successor to him in this important position.

“This underlines SCOR’s commitment to continue delivering the most innovative and dynamic distribution solutions to all our clients across the world.”

Jia joined ReMark in 2004, and has been integral to the firm’s Asian business expansion as well as developing ReMark’s global core competencies in digital marketing and predictive data modelling.

Before ReMark she worked in actuarial pricing and client management roles for Swiss Re based in Australia, Switzerland, London and South Korea.

She was one of the earliest qualified actuaries in mainland China, qualifying as an actuary in 2001 after obtaining a Master’s degree in Statistics from Renmin, University of China.

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