Executives receive new roles at MUA to improve business efficiencies

26 May 2014 MUA Insurance Acceptances
Warwick Scott-Rodger.

Warwick Scott-Rodger.

Lynda Brown.

Lynda Brown.

To create greater efficiencies and to cater to the new business needs, following the recent Telesure Investment Holdings partnership, MUA Insurance Acceptances has announced a change in the roles of some of its senior management team. Warwick Scott-Rodger and Lynda Brown were each appointed Head of Brokers and the new chairperson of MUA’s Underwriting Committee respectively.

As the Head of Brokers, Scott-Rodger will be responsible for improving the effectiveness of broker distribution and will be integral in the implementation of more effective communication between the company and its broker network.
Scott-Roger says that the company’s attractive business model is complimented by staff who have a great work ethic and a tremendous amount of experience in a particularly niche market. "By harnessing each one’s unique talents with the business’ unique position in the market, we will be able to achieve effective staff collaboration that will add consistent value to our brokers who have been with us for many years.”
Lynda Brown was appointed as the new chairperson of MUA’s Underwriting Committee. As part of her new role, she will review and implement any necessary changes into the operation of the underwriting department, in collaboration with Legal and Compliance division.
"I have always worked in underwriting and am very interested in the technical side of businesses. The team at MUA is full of committed, passionate and dedicated employees and I am very privileged to be a part of this business,” adds Brown.
Christelle Fourie, Managing Director of MUA, said that she is confident in the new roles that both will be taking on. "MUA has grown from strength to strength and I firmly believe that they are the best-suited for the job, the team and the company as a whole. With the direction the company is going on, I am sure that we have created a senior management team that will ensure that the company meets our brokers’ needs, as well those of our clients.”

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