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Insurance professionals get time to shine

The Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF) has launched an initiative aimed at showcasing the success of insurance professionals.

Tuesday, March 30th 2021, 1:29PM

The Year of the Insurance Professional 2021 is "all about showcasing the success of insurance professionals and raising awareness about the great stories we hear every day," according to ANZIIF chief executive Prue Willsford.
"ANZIIF remains committed to lifting the professional standards of the industry and its people in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region," Willsford says.
"Defining what it means to be an insurance professional and working collaboratively is fundamental to ensuring a sustainable future for our industry."


She says the ANZIIF is offering several exciting initiatives throughout the year, including recognition awards, competitions, free online access to the ANZIIF journal, and a selection of webinars.
As part of the launch, ANZIIF has introduced the “Making a Difference” recognition awards, which highlights an individual who has gone above and beyond to display professionalism in their workplace, and for their customers. 
Visit anziif.com for award entry details and more information.

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