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Tokio Millennium Re replaces chief risk officer.

Global Banking News-April 4, 2016--Tokio Millennium Re replaces chief risk officer

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Global Banking News - 04 April 2016

Tokio Millennium Re AG has named a chief risk officer.

The firm said that it has hired Zurich-based Andreas Kull as chief risk officer and member of its executive committee. Kull takes the place of Akira Higuma, current chief risk officer.

Stephan Ruoff, CEO, said, 'We are very pleased to have Andreas take on the role of CRO at TMR ... He will take over from our current CRO, Akira, who built a very strong enterprise risk management function over the past years.'

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