Singapore Reinsurers' Association

Established in 1979, the key objectives of the Singapore Reinsurers’ Association (SRA) are:

 

  • to represent members in matters affecting their business interests;
  • to facilitate dialogue and encourage healthy market competition;
  • to promote professional excellence through education and training;
  • to foster strong social bonds within the industry and beyond; and
  • to advance the reinsurance industry in Singapore and its diverse career opportunities 

 

The SRA is managed by an elected Executive Committee, which comprises senior reinsurance practitioners who dedicate their time on a strictly voluntary basis, supported by a full-time Executive Director and Secretariat team.

 

As of 31 December 2019, the SRA has a total membership of 55, comprising 30 Ordinary, 20 Associate, 3 Affiliate and 2 Honorary members. All major non-life reinsurance companies with a presence in Singapore, as well as some direct insurance companies that write a substantial reinsurance portfolio are Ordinary members of the SRA. In addition, several major reinsurance broking firms as well as some regional reinsurers are Associate members.  

Established in 1979, the key objectives of the Singapore Reinsurers’ Association (SRA) are:

 

  • to represent members in matters affecting their business interests;
  • to facilitate dialogue and encourage healthy market competition;
  • to promote professional excellence through education and training;
  • to foster strong social bonds within the industry and beyond; and
  • to advance the reinsurance industry in Singapore and its diverse career opportunities 

 

The SRA is managed by an elected Executive Committee, which comprises senior reinsurance practitioners who dedicate their time on a strictly voluntary basis, supported by a full-time Executive Director and Secretariat team.

 

As of 31 December 2019, the SRA has a total membership of 55, comprising 30 Ordinary, 20 Associate, 3 Affiliate and 2 Honorary members. All major non-life reinsurance companies with a presence in Singapore, as well as some direct insurance companies that write a substantial reinsurance portfolio are Ordinary members of the SRA. In addition, several major reinsurance broking firms as well as some regional reinsurers are Associate members.