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Asteron mints new Head of Life role

Asteron Life promote internally to newly minted head of life position.

Wednesday, September 23rd 2020, 3:00PM

Suncorp New Zealand has announced the appointment of Grant Willis into the newly established Head of Life role.

Willis will oversee the core functions of Asteron Life, including sales, operations, product, pricing, claims and client servicing.

He commences the role immediately, moving from his current position executive manager – life, in insurance solutions.

Willis has a professional background in life and general insurance, banking and funds management, holding senior roles at a range of companies including AIG NZ, Colonial Fiji (a subsidiary of CBA), ASB and Sovereign before coming to Asteron Life in 2011.

Suncorp New Zealand acting chief executive Jimmy Higgins says Willis brings years of experience, financial acumen and extensive knowledge of the Suncorp New Zealand business to the role.

“Since 2011 Grant has held senior roles across Suncorp New Zealand, Vero and Asteron Life. His appointment puts our life business on a strong trajectory that’s focussed on creating the right platforms to grow the business, strengthen adviser partnerships and deliver good customer outcomes.”

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