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Xchanging Opens its Second Office in Asia Square, Singapore

Says the opening underlines Xchanging’s ongoing commitment to support the region’s insurance industry

Xchanging has expanded its presence in Singapore, with the opening of a second office. Located in Tower 2, Asia Square, the office builds upon Xchanging’s considerable presence in the Asia Pacific region, where it already employs more than 4,500 staff across its core business sectors announced the release.

The opening underlines Xchanging’s ongoing commitment to support the region’s insurance industry, and enhances its existing near and offshore operations in both Singapore and Malaysia, where more than 500 people are dedicated to serving its current customer base.

Vijaykumar Murugeshan has been appointed Vice President, Insurance Services, Xchanging Asia, charged with growing Xchanging’s insurance footprint in the region from his base in Singapore.

Murugeshan commented, “I am delighted to announce the opening of a new office in Asia Square. This move expands our presence in this dynamic and exciting market, and will further enable us to support our clients’ business needs and drive innovation within the industry. I look forward to leading Xchanging’s insurance operations in this region, and providing relevant and value driven business solutions to both the local Singapore and wider Asian markets.”

Adrian Guttridge, Executive Director, Xchanging Insurance, said, “Xchanging already has many established and successful technology and business relationships with leading companies in the region, including DHL, Aon, YTL, Lenovo, AET and a leading regional airline. Our proven, global insurance capabilities combined with world class technology and local infrastructure creates a set of truly unique offerings to support our clients in this region to deliver their business goals. ”

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