The Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance has announced that an AMP insurance boss has taken over the position of deputy president.
AMP group executive for insurance Megan Beer has been appointed ANZIIF deputy president, according to a statement.
ANZIIF also announced at its annual general meeting that Steadfast executive general manager for New Zealand and Direct Allan Reynolds was appointed president after Karl Armstrong stepped down at the end of his two-year term.
Mr Reynolds held the position of deputy president since 2016 before taking on the presidency role.
“I am excited to lead ANZIIF, as president, and work with the management team to realise the goals and vision of the organisation,” Mr Reynolds said.
ANZIIF also announced the appointments of icare group executive for self-insurance, community and innovation, Tim Plant, and IAG executive general manager of broker business Donna Walker to the board.
ANZIIF chief executive Prue Willsford said, “We are pleased to welcome Tim and Donna, both of whom have a wealth of experience, to the ANZIIF board.
“I am certain that their capabilities and knowledge of the industry will be of great benefit to ANZIIF.”
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