Conor Donaldson has decided to step down as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Global-Asia Insurance Partnership (GAIP) with effect from September 2023 due to family reasons.
GAIP’s CEO, Conor Donaldson said: “It has been an honour and a professional privilege to lead GAIP. Over the past two years, GAIP has gone from a concept to a high performing organisation. We have engaged partners, a clear strategy, a defined workplan and a great team in place. While it has been a difficult decision to step down, I am confident that GAIP’s next CEO will be well positioned to take the organisation to the next level.”
Yoshihiro Kawai, GAIP’s Chairperson, added: “Conor played an instrumental role in the development of GAIP during its initial years of incorporation, and established critical building blocks for GAIP’s continued success. We are grateful for Conor’s dedicated leadership and thank him for his dedication and commitment to GAIP. We wish him every success in his future endeavours.”
GAIP will immediately begin the process to identify a new CEO.
About Global Asia Insurance Partnership (GAIP)
GAIP is a unique platform for the global insurance industry, regulators, policymakers and academia. The vision is to shape a more resilient future for Asia and globally. Through addressing the needs and future development of the insurance sector, GAIP aims to build resilience against large-scale systemic risks as well as new and emerging risks. We develop solutions to assess risk and close protection gaps. These solutions are organised around our three pillars – Living Lab, Policy Think Tank, and Skills and Talent Development, to help drive significant synergy within GAIP.