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11 July 2007

We are pleased to announce that the following promotions within HIU.

Adam Creswell: Adam has been with the Company for 4 years and started in the Underwriting department. He has been promoted to Junior Portfolio Manager in the Marketing department.

Katherine Nelson: Katherine has been 6 years with the company. She started in the Accounts department as a Accounts assistant. She got promoted to Accounts Supervisor and has now been promoted to Accounts Manager.

Michelle Jasper: Michelle has been with the company for 2 years. She started in the Marketing Department as a Marketing assistant and has been promoted to Public Relations and Human Resource Manager.

Trish Van Westendorp: Trish has been with the company for 3 and a half years. She joined HIU in the Underwriting department and has been promoted to Underwriting Supervisor.

Denleigh Wilensky: Denleigh has been with the Company for 6 and half years. She started in the Underwriting department, was promoted to Underwriting Manager and the National Underwriting Manager. She has now been promoted to General Manager.

Joanie Greenslade: Joanie has been with the company for 3 years. She started as a Marketing assistant was then promoted to Junior Portfolio Manager and has now been promoted to Senior Portfolio Manager.

Louise Van Tonder: Louise has been with the company for 5 years and started in the underwriting department. She has been promoted to Junior Portfolio Manager with effect from 1 October 2007. 

Paul Halley left our employ on the 31st May 2007 following his resignation. Rory Gainsford remains our CEO.

With all the changes that have happened since the 1st January 2007, John Fitzpatrick retiring, Paul Halley resigning there have been many changes but HIU have always taken change in their stride and this is why we are the Leaders of Hospitality and Tourism insurance.

 

 

 


 

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