Jenny Lim appointed CEO of Howden Singapore

Howden has promoted Jenny Lim to the role of CEO of its Singapore operations, the broker’s largest retail operation in Asia, and home to its regional headquarters.

Ms Lim joined Howden in 2015 as executive director, head of Financial Lines.

Commenting on her appointment, Ms Lim said: “The hard work, commitment and genuine care that my colleagues bring to this business motivates me to be a better leader. My job as CEO will be to protect and grow our 'people first' culture and to enable everyone to be the best they can be by embracing the voice of all employees and embedding their feedback into our strategy. People First is an ethos that sits at the heart of everything we do at Howden, and it will continue to be the engine of growth for a sustainable business in Singapore."

Goh Chye Huat, CEO Howden Asia, added: “Over the 20+ years I’ve worked with Jenny, her energy, instincts and unparalleled ability to connect with people have led her to excel in the face of every challenge. She embodies the values of our organisation and has been an integral member of the team that has built Howden Singapore into the market-leading broker it is today."

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