Lockton Asia Appoints Frederic Boles As Singapore CEO

Lockton Asia is pleased to announce the promotion of Mr. Frederic Boles to Chief Executive Officer of Lockton Companies (Singapore) Pte. Limited with effect from 3 November 2020.

Mr. Warren Merritt, CEO of Lockton Asia, commented "Fred will be leading our Singapore Retail operations, concentrating on growth, promoting our profile and industry standing, driving digitisation/operational excellence and reinforcing our collaborative culture in order to take us through the next phase of our Singapore journey".

Fred joined Lockton Singapore earlier this year as Director for Business Development and Strategy. Prior to moving to Singapore, Fred worked in London, Paris and New Zealand for another major broker as Head of Finpro/Specialties and built highly successful and growth focused team. Fred has more than 20 years’ experience covering a wide range of industry practices and exposures, including financial & professional, trade credit, M&A, cyber and environmental specialties.

Fred said "I am delighted and very proud to lead the Lockton Singapore team and support the long standing, existing relationships with our clients as well as lead the build out of our business going forward. With Covid-19 and the changing insurance market, clients are looking more than ever for quality advice and expertise to deliver value to their business. Lockton is an incredible organisation with the global reach and capabilities to deliver different outcomes."


For any queries, please contact:
Lockton Companies (Singapore) Pte. Limited
6 Raffles Quay, #19-01, Singapore 048580
T +65 6221 1288
E enquiry@asia.lockton.com


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