The Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF) has appointed two new Board Directors at its AGM in Melbourne in May. These are Pauline Blight-Johnston, who is MD of RGA Reinsurance Company if Australia and Steve Nevett, who is Chairman of the Pacific Region for Aon Risk Solutions.
Nevett said, “It was a great honour and privilege to be appointed to the ANZIIF Board I am committed to working with the Institute, Board members and wider community as we navigate the issues of today and the future. I look forward to sharing my knowledge and insights and contributing to ANZIIF’s pursuit of professional excellence and business success.”
Mr Nevett has worked in the insurance industry for over 35 years, with extensive international experience with companies such as Commercial Union, Factory Mutual, Marsh (Sedgwick) and Aon. In these roles, he has constantly been involved with major global and national clients. Nevett joined Aon in 2002 and was appointed Chairman, Pacific Region in November 2010, having previously held the role of CEO and been responsible for Aon’s Australian Corporate client portfolio.
Blight-Johnston said, “I am honoured to accept a position on the ANZIIF Board and am excited by the opportunity to assist the Institute and its members to enhance our position as one of the world’s best providers of learning and personal development for insurance and finance professionals.”
Blight-Johnston has over 15 years of actuarial and financial management experience in the life insurance industry in Australia and internationally. An active industry participant, she is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia, the New Zealand Society of Actuaries and the Financial Services Institute of Australia. She is also a Director of the Financial Services Council and has served on many committees of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia. Mr Duncan West will continue on the Board as Immediate Past President.
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