Integrisure board appointment

30 August 2010 Integrisure
Barry Taylor

Barry Taylor

Chief Executive of the IntegriSure Group of Companies, Arnold van der Linde, announces the appointment of Barry Taylor who will serve as a non-executive director of the IntegriSure Board.

The IntegriSure Board, who approved the appointment, is excited about the role of Taylor, who is widely recognized for his wealth of knowledge and experience within the short-term insurance industry. Taylor, who spent 35 years with FNB Insurance Brokers, recently left the FNB Insurance Brokers board where he had served in the capacity of Chief Executive Officer.

Van der Linde says Taylor’s appointment complements the dynamics of the company’s existing group of formidable board members. Taylor, who will strengthen the existing capacity, will also offer input into the strategic development of the company and assist the board in putting expanded structures in place to deal with the accelerated growth experienced by the company.

Taylor also serves on the Board of Directors of the Financial Intermediaries Association of Southern Africa (FIA) where he heads up the Short-Term Executive Committee.

IntegriSure is experiencing an overwhelming positive market response to its amended strategy to reach and support clients in more ways than the traditional channels of communication. In the changing virtual environment, aided by state-of-the art technology, IntegriSure meets the increasingly changing preferences of clients for more modern means of communication, Van der Linde says.

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