閻治中 先生 / Mr. Tony Yen




閻治中 / Mr. Tony Yen


Deputy Head of Corporate Risk and Broking


Willis (Taiwan) Limited 



  • MS. Protection Management, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY




  • President, Head of Risk Management & Specialty Risks, Willis (Taiwan) Ltd.

  • North Asia Head, Property Risk, Marsh Risk Consulting




  • Tony Yen is now the Deputy Head of  Corporate Risk & Broking in Willis (Taiwan) Limited, a subsidiary company of Willis Towers Watson.

  • With 18 year experiences, Tony helped Asian hi-tech clients developing optimized risk mitigation and risk transfer solutions. He also worked for insured’s interest to manage Asian supply chain risk exposures for some U.S. based hi-tech companies.

  • As a frequent speaker to his clients, Tony enjoyed in helping clients to explore their risk senses and giving the audiences advises and practical solutions to better manage their daily operations risks without insurance jargon.  

  • Before joining Willis, Tony is the Head of North Asia Property Risk Consulting Service, (Marsh Risk Consulting). where he gets himself exposed to high tech industry risk solving practice from foundries, IC assembly & testing, flat panel display manufacturer to electronic manufacturing service (EMS) clients.

  • With his background in hi-tech property risk, Tony had participated many 12-in & TFT-LCD Fab projects in Taiwan and China as consultant to provide operational resiliency risk advisory in design & operational phases.

  • From that experience, Tony extended his practice to supply chain and business risk management. He has proven record in assisting many Taiwanese based and Chinese semiconductor companies developing their Business Continuity Management Programs and Risk Management Programs.

  • He helped one of the company awarded ISO 22301 (BCMS) certificate in 2013.

  • He also worked in some cases to help U.S. & Japanese hi-tech companies manage their Asian supply chain risks with cost-effective solutions to create win-win partnership.


 Speech Abstract:

 Business Resiliency in Unpredictable Business Climate  - Converting 1 dimension BCM Practice to  Multiple Dimensions


  • Global risk dynamics from natural catastrophe to man made disaster has made business challenge even more volatile these days.

  • From the history of BCP, how can hi-tech company leaders can think off better continuity objectives tin achieving greater, smarter enterprise sustainability.

  • Just early this year, 0206 Meinong earthquake had strike southern Taiwan hi-tech manufacturing cluster with hard lessons learned.   

  • How do we know if the same disaster hit again, industry leaders with different discipline from hi-tech will do the recovery differently

  • From our Semicon experience, the BCP practices always be an unique single dimension movement. Can we change to other dimensions from planning angle to testing angle to justify our BCP readiness

  • Also, are we really giving BCP activities a measurable ROI index as another new dimension to measure its readiness and effectiveness

  • When we are measuring BCP as individual company KPI, what is the common recovery objectives the industrial cluster should be clearly defined before company start up their BCP/BCMS exercise  


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