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ANZIIF grabs 3 industry panellists for breakfast

The ANZIIF General Insurance Breakfast event has added three well known industry leaders to its panel.

Tuesday, November 15th 2022, 1:51PM

by Kerry Meadows-Bonner

The panellists include:

  • Tim Plant, chief insurance and strategy officer of IAG and president of ANZIIF;
  • Susie Amos, principal of Finity Consulting; and
  • Jennifer Richards, CEO of Aon Australia.

 

The panellists will reflect on the past year and contemplate the future of the general insurance industry. This is a must-attend event for insurance professionals seeking to learn about the critical and current issues shaping the general insurance industry.

The ANZIIF General Insurance Breakfast 2022 is a hybrid event, to be held online and at The Fullerton Sydney from 7:45am to 9:30am AEDT on December 07. However, attendees may network from 9:30am to 10:00am AEDT.

Mark Silveira, general manager for industry engagement at ANZIIF, will be the moderator at the event.

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