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Infiniti Insurance appoints new CRO

06 August 2018Infiniti Insurance
Ronell Platte has been appointed Chief Risk Officer (CRO), Head of Compliance and IT Management for Infiniti Insurance.

Ronell Platte has been appointed Chief Risk Officer (CRO), Head of Compliance and IT Management for Infiniti Insurance.

Ronell Platte has been appointed Chief Risk Officer (CRO), Head of Compliance and IT Management for Infiniti Insurance. She holds a B Com Law degree and Hons in Business Management and brings 24 years’ experience in the Financial Services Industry to the post.

CEO of Infiniti Insurance, Sharon Paterson says Ronell’s experience, knowledge and skills in and across various disciplines which include Life and non-Life insurance, risk management, operational and portfolio management and compliance management will enhance the level of service offered Brokers and specialist partners and their clients.

Ronell points to her hands-on experience through active participation in various regulatory and industry forums, workgroups with regulators and stakeholders, project initiatives including Financial Sector Regulation Reform, Solvency Program and Project Management Industry Association membership (IISA) and Chair of SAIA Legal & Compliance Committee.

“My mission at Infiniti as CRO and Head of Compliance will be to protect the business from regulatory and reputational risk through a clear risk framework, setting standards across the company, and escalating any perceived business risks to the CEO and Board. We will also strive to assist partners to work through difficult areas of compliance with a view to a mutually beneficial outcome.”

Out of the office, Ronell enjoys wildlife and outdoors, hiking and altitude trekking. She has summited Mt Kilimanjaro three times and reached an Everest Base Camp.

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