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Ms Lee Siew Sze

Lee Siew Sze
Role in SRA
Head Regulatory Risk Management
Representing Company
Swiss Re Asia
Technical Sub-Committee
Sub-Committee Convenors 2024-2025

Siew Sze heads Swiss Re's Regulatory Risk Management APAC team since August 2022,
based in Singapore. In this role, she leads the development of Swiss Re's regulatory
engagement strategy in key areas such as climate change and sustainability, data and digital
regulations, and insurance market development in the region. Siew Sze ensures that the
company has clear and consistent positions for engagement with regulatory authorities across
APAC. Her team is also responsible for identifying and monitoring key regulatory risks for the
business in APAC.

Siew Sze joined Swiss Re as Senior Regulatory Risk Officer for Asia Pacific in June 2020 and
represented Swiss Re in the Singapore Green Finance Industry Taskforce (GFIT)'s workstream
on enhancing environmental risk management practices of financial institutions, where she
co-authored the industry best practices guide.

Prior to her current role, Siew Sze was the APAC Strategy Manager for Perspectum, an UK
digital health company which developed AI diagnostic solutions to support the diagnosis and
stratification of metabolic and chronic liver diseases. Siew Sze previously served as a public
policy officer at the US Embassy in Singapore and was a Credit Risk Analyst in Deutsche Bank.

Siew Sze's background is in international relations and public policy, where she has worked
for the International Organization of Employers based in Geneva, Switzerland, on employment
policy, sustainable enterprises and responsible global supply chains, where she ensured that
the voice of businesses is credibly and effectively represented. She provided consulting
services to various UN agencies including the International Labour Organisation offices in
Geneva, China and Bangkok, and supported capacity building of employers' organisations and
business associations across Asia since 2014.

Siew Sze graduated with BSc (Hons) First Class from National University of Singapore where
she majored in Economics and obtained MSc in International Political Economy from the
London School of Economics.