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Cynthia McLoughlin joins Proofsure

19 August 2014 Penny Sandham, ProofSure
Penny Sandham.

Penny Sandham.

Cynthia McLoughlin.

Cynthia McLoughlin.

ProofSure, the Verification (valuation) company is expanding its operations from the Cape the into the rest of South Africa and is starting by opening up in Gauteng which will be led by industry veteran, Cynthia McLoughlin. Cynthia has been in the insurance verification industry for some 20 years and has played a leading role in every one of her appointments. She qualifies as Key Individual for the Financial Services Board in terms of the FAIS act, which is a great asset to ProofSure.

Cynthia also brings a highly skilled and professional team with a proven track record with her.

Penny Sandham who heads up ProofSure in the Cape, says: “We are thrilled that Cynthia has joined the ProofSure team and we are confident that combining our expertise will enable us to further improve on the service that we give to our existing clients whilst giving us great opportunity to expand into new markets. We are excited to make imminent announcements regarding our branding and to introduce new and highly experienced members to ProofSure.”

Dave Hawes who heads up building estimates, says: “After being in charge of building estimates with ProofSure since its inception some 8 years ago, I am pleased to be able to offer this service now throughout the country. Our team in Cape Town has extensive knowledge of building as it relates to the insurance industry and I am sure that with our new partners we can now extend this service countrywide.”

“I have always had the utmost respect for the ProofSure team and am delighted to be joining forces with them. With our combined experience, knowledge and strengths, ProofSure will no doubt become a force to be reckoned with and I look forward to us offering continued service excellence to the market” says Cynthia.

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