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Victorio Valledor
Chief Executive Officer

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Makati Office
Lockton Philippines Insurance and Reinsurance Brokers, Inc.
29th Floor, Rufino Pacific Tower,
6784 Ayala Avenue,
Makati City, Philippines 1200
Tel: (63) 2 811 0388    
Fax: (63) 2 811 0093

Cebu City Office
Lockton Philippines Insurance and Reinsurance Brokers, Inc.
Unit 807, 8th Floor Ayala Life-FGU Center,
Mindanao Avenue Corner Biliran Road, Cebu Business Park,
Cebu City Philippines
Tel: (63) 32 233 7700 / 234 1870    
Fax: (63) 32 233 7700

Lockton Philippines Insurance & Reinsurance Brokers, Inc.
opened its doors for business in 1994. The rapid growth we experienced over the years has steered us to our leading position today.

Our senior management team comes with solid credentials and industry experience, and oversees a team of over 45 top-notch professionals operating from offices in Makati City, Cebu City and the Asian Development Bank Headquarters. We have the financial strength to deploy much-needed resources focused on further enhancing shareholder value and in delivering value-added services to all our clients.

Lockton Philippines is involved in developing and managing insurance programmes for a wide range of sectors that include:

arrow Power
arrow Energy
arrow Education
arrow Financial
arrow Manufacturing
arrow Electronics
arrow Food
arrow Telecommunications
arrow Commercial
arrow Infrastructure
arrow Public organizations
arrow Non-profit institutions
arrow Transportation
arrow Construction and property development

Our focus
We focus on our clients' needs, their industry sector and their business environment to ensure that we deliver on our commitments. At Lockton Philippines, we truly believe that our clients' satisfaction is our future.

“Recent new appointments to power generation clients shows a continuation of our success and recognition in this sector. We are achieving our goal of being the number one insurance broker with the most significant portfolio of power generation accounts (excluding plants and facilities owned by the state owned National Power Corporation). Along with the other existing accounts, we hope to have a total of around 5,000 megawatts of power facilities coursing through us in the near future”.