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Training for young ASEAN insurance managers starts Sept. 28

They may not be able to travel, but it doesn’t mean they will not be able to learn.

This year’s edition of an annual training for young insurance managers in Southeast Asia will push through online.

The ASEAN School for Young Insurance Managers (AYIM) one of the initiatives of the ASEAN Insurance Education Committee of the ASEAN Insurance Council, will have its 11th session every Tuesday and Friday from 28 September to 15 October, 2020.

It is designed to transform promising, high-potential young ASEAN Insurance Managers into multi-faceted leaders possessing the required management skills and broad market visions to assume the cross-functional responsibilities expected of company and industry leaders.

Since the School’s launch in Bali, Indonesia in November 2006, it has trained a total of 636 insurance managers from 9 ASEAN countries.

The program comprises five Leadership tracks, namely, Strategic Management, Financial Management, Human Capital Management (formerly titled People Management), Corporate Governance & ERM (formerly titled Corporate Risk Management), and an enhanced track on Digital Marketing In Insurance.

This is a highly intensive 5-day ASEAN program comprised of case-study learning, lectures, and peer sharing. Participants will benefit immensely from the support and guidance of facilitators who are practitioners with extensive industry experience.

Those who want to take part of this course need to meet the following criteria:

• Employed by Life Insurers or Non-Life Insurers, Composite Insurers, Reinsurers or Regulators’

office in any of the ASEAN Countries; and

• Must submit a Letter of Recommendation from Company;

• Must be between 31 and 40 years of age; and

• Proficient in English language.

For more information, you may visit the Singapore College of Insurance website and download the AYIM brochure (

You may also contact directly the Programme Manager - Singapore College of Insurance email at


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