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FNB Insurance Brokers appoints new CEO

23 June 2009 FNB Insurance Brokers
Johan Nagel, Chief Executive of FNB Insurance Brokers (FNBIB)

Johan Nagel, Chief Executive of FNB Insurance Brokers (FNBIB)

FNB Insurance Brokers today announced the appointment of Johan Nagel, as the new Chief Executive of FNB Insurance Brokers (FNBIB).

Nagel is a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute (FCII) and holds a Baccalaureus Procurations (B.Proc) and a Batchelor of Laws (LLB) from the University of South Africa and is currently working on a thesis for a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from The Graduate Institute of Management Technology (Henley UK).

“I wish Johan every success in rising to the ever-changing challenges of the Short Term Insurance Industry and taking our business to greater heights, says Barry Taylor, outgoing CEO of FNB Insurance Brokers.

“It is imperative that we focus and recapture the essence of what broking is as a business, our focus should be on building credible personal relationships with our customers, as well as integrating with our mother brand to offer our service more broadly, says Johan Nagel, CE FNB Insurance Brokers.

Johan previously worked for Standard Bank Insurance Brokers as Marketing Director, Stanbic Insurance Limited as Systems and Product Manager, and later moved to Standard Bank of South Africa as Bancassurance Executive.

Within the FNB Group, Nagel held the position of Wesbank Head of Insurance and most recently CEO FNB Life (Life Insurance Company).

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