Global Vice President & Chief Representative for China


Running for: Governor


I have been associated with MetLife for more than 24 years.  As an AmCham China member for the last eighteen years, I had the privilege of serving as Board of Governors from 2009 to 2016 (except 2013, absence required by AmCham China policy).

The U.S.-China bilateral relations have never been easy.  Despite all the challenges that we have faced, most of the member companies are stronger and better today in China.  2016 will soon be a history, we are looking forward to 2017.  There will be a new president in the U.S., and there will be a new future for the U.S.-China relations then.  Let us all work together to make AmCham China a better and stronger institution, so that our voice will be heard, our challenges will be communicated, and our interests will be protected and served.

Please let me know, if I am elected again, how the Board could help to make sure that the general interests of the membership will be better served.  

Let's all work together for the future of AmCham China and the future of a healthier bilateral relations.

Thank you! 


Malone Ma is Global Vice President and Chief Representative in China for MetLife, Inc., the largest life insurer in the U.S., and a leading provider of insurance and financial services to more than 90 million customers worldwide.  Malone has worked for MetLife for over 24 years.

Malone has held senior positions with MetLife over the years in areas including training, sales, management, government relations, strategic planning, and marketing.  He has been involved with and has led many of his company's initiatives in China, such as obtaining an insurance license, company start up, company long term strategic planning, etc.

Malone is actively involved in several trade associations in promotion of MetLife and U.S. businesses.  As an active member of AmCham China for many years, he participated in the founding of the Insurance Forum, serving as a co-chair for 2007 and 2008, and has been serving as a member of the Board of Governors from 2009 to 2016(except 2013, absence required by AmCham China’s policy).  He is also active in many other trade associations where he serves as either vice presidents or directors.