Fresh from celebrating its 15th anniversary, a locally-owned insurance broker is not just looking to employ more graduates, acquiring brokerages is high on the list this year, too.
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The former customer care chief will officially start his new job next month, after 18 years with a major insurer.
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After 15 years in the job, the underwriting boss is calling it a day but his successor is well-placed to take up the reigns, bringing 20 years’ industry experience to the role.
The past 12 months have seen this underwriter developing her skills in Malaysia but now she is “thrilled” to be back and working with brokers.
A trend of rationalisation and offshoring is emerging in the insurance industry across the world, and unions are none too happy about it, with one slamming an insurer for “betraying” staff.
A broker-facing insurer fought off stiff competition from other underwriters who were vying for the Zurich brand’s national development manager after he left.
The founder of three underwriting agencies has formally launched a new business designed to help brokers whose clients have international exposures.