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Colleen Peter appointed Profit Centre Manager at AIG South Africa

05 March 2013 AIG South Africa
Colleen Peter appointed Profit Centre Manager at AIG South Africa

Colleen Peter appointed Profit Centre Manager at AIG South Africa

AIG South Africa continues to attract and advance top talent as it works to deliver insurance solutions backed by superior customer service. The company has announced the appointment of Colleen Peter to the position of South Africa Profit Centre Manager f

Acting General Manager, Wayne Abraham, AIG South Africa says the company takes a firm stance on employing the best to lead its divisions. “Across the business, we look for three key elements in management personnel: industry knowledge, track record and proven leadership ability. Colleen has demonstrated the necessary attributes to lead the Energy and Engineered Risk division to greater heights in a competitive market.”

Promoted from within AIG, where she most recently held the position of Manager, Energy and Engineered Risk, Colleen joined the company in November 2008 and was appointed Underwriting Manager in 2009.

With professional experience including Client Executive/Divisional Director roles at Marsh Africa, formally Alexander Forbes and Aon, formally Glenrand MIB, Colleen has held both Technical and Client Servicing Roles within each organisation. Her academic qualifications include a Diploma in Insurance from the Insurance Institute of SA and a Business Management Diploma from the Gordon Institute of Business Science.

Colleen confirms her ambitions for the division: “The Energy and Engineered Risk Profit Centre combines innovative insurance solutions with an absolute focus on delivering an efficient, knowledge-driven service to our brokers and customers. The focus will fall on delivering the convenience and efficiency associated with a great customer experience as we continue to position our solutions as the top choice for the market”.

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