partnership Acacia and Megrow
I’m very happy to share that Susanna Lam, MD of Acacia Advisory Ltd and myself have agreed to establish a strategic Acacia Megrow Partnership.
This cooperation will extend our service offering by combining our experience, capabilities and track record in the industry to the benefit of our customers. We will focus on advising our clients on Enterprise Risk Management, Credit Rating Advisory, Underwriting and Strategy. Together we have several decades of experience in the re-/insurance industry covering almost the entire value chain.
You can find out more about Susanna Lam here and on LinkedIn.
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You think you’ve seen the climax of business jargon?
Have a look at the FT’s very own Lucy Kellaway’s “Guffipedia” (here) and you will be surprised.
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Margaret Lim, Director of Megrow Pte Ltd, April 2016
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