Aligned Group Management

August 2019

Message from Group Co-Heads

In a world connected through financial and economic activities, it has become increasingly difficult to solve social issues worldwide for us.
To solve these issues, we need to bring together expertise of our employees all over the world. This is why diversity is so important to us. Therefore, we are not only promoting diversity but also taking initiatives to bring together our diverse talents as one team by sharing our core identity. Such "Aligned Group Management" resulted in profit contribution of ¥33.0 billion through Group synergies.
We will continue to support our customers and society in their times of need for the next 100 years by advancing "Aligned Group Management".

Christopher Williams (Left)
Senior Managing Executive Officer
Co-Head of International Business
Group Co-CRSO (Underwriting and Retention Strategy)

Donald Sherman (Right)
Senior Managing Executive Officer
Group Co-CIO (Investment)
Delphi Financial Group CEO

Promoting Diversity

While we have gained excellent talent and expertise through overseas M&As, it is increasingly important how we can utilize this talent.
We have maximized expertise of our diverse talents by appointing top management of Group companies as Group Co-Heads and allocating highly skilled talent in the right places such as internal audit and reserving regardless of nationality, gender, or age.

  • ①Charles Franks
    Executive Officer
    Tokio Marine Kiln Group CEO

  • ②Robert O’Leary
    Managing Executive Officer
    Philadelphia President&CEO

  • ③Donald Sherman
    Senior Managing Executive Officer
    Group Co-CIO (Investment)
    Delphi Financial Group CEO

  • ④Christopher Williams
    Senior Managing Executive Officer
    Co-Head of International Business
    Group Co-CRSO (Underwriting and Retention Strategy)

Leveraging Specialized Expertise across the Group

  • Internal Audit

    Gary Oliver

    Chairperson of International Internal Audit Committee

  • Reserving

    Daniel Thomas

    Chairperson of International P&C Reserving Actuary Committee

  • HR

    Caryn Angelson

    TMNAS (U.S.) CHRO & CLO (Legal)

  • Risk Management

    Thomas Weist

    Tokio Marine Technologies CEO

  • Specialty Insurance

    Philippe Vezio

    TM Asia Deputy CEO &
    Chief U/W Officer

  • Cyber Insurance

    Daljitt Barn

    Cyber Centre of Excellence
    Global Head of Cyber Risk

Sharing Core Identity

Town hall meeting with Group CEO Satoru Komiya in Philadelphia

The more diversity is promoted, the more important it is to share our core identity that unites diverse talent together as a global team.For this reason, we continue to hold town hall meetings, a dialogue between executives including our Group CEO, Satoru Komiya, and employees around the world with the aim of spreading recognition of the identity.
As a result, of our roughly 40,000 employee, around 75% took a culture and values survey and, on average, they expressed "passion toward Tokio Marine Group (Pride felt for working for Tokio Marine Group)" as 4.1 out of 5.

Results of Aligned Group Management (Group synergies)

Group synergies, the result of Aligned Group Management, have currently expanded to ¥33.0 billion of profit contribution, a total of Revenue, Investment, Capital, and Cost synergies.

[Group synergies]Annual result: \33.0bn [Revenue]Expand topline by leveraging global network [Investment]Expand investment income with Delphi’s capabilities [Cost]Reduce costs by leveraging Group resources and economies of scale [Capital]Optimize retention / reinsurance on a Group basis

Advancing Aligned Group Management ~ Developing Executive Candidates across the Group ~

Left: Hard training scene on the coast of Samoa
Right: Onboard accommodations

A succession plan is essential to achieving sustainable Aligned Group Management.
We implement the "Global Executive Program" for senior managers as one of succession managements. Through the hard program, they can build strong relationships of trust. This program also fosters a Groupwide mindset and contributes to further group synergies.