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Krush Moodley to head up Hollard Insure’s Construction & Engineering division

25 January 2023 Hollard Insure
Krush Moodley

Krush Moodley

The new year is already ringing in new opportunities, and Hollard Insure, the short-term insurance arm of the Hollard Group, has appointed Krush Moodley as its Head of Construction and Engineering within Hollard Specialist Lines.

Moodley is no stranger to the Construction and Engineering team. He has been flying the purple flag as a member of the Hollard team since 2016.

“Krush has historically played a big role in the success of the team and we are pleased to have been able to offer him the position at the helm. Construction and Engineering is a key offering in the Specialist Lines portfolio. Krush brings the experience and knowledge to lead the team as we look forward to new opportunities in the local construction sector,” says Hollard Insure Head of Specialist Lines Coenraad de Bruin.

Hollard’s Construction and Engineering division has clients across the spectrum, including construction companies, mining houses, governments, banks, plant owners and many JSE-listed firms. In addition, it has a growing global footprint and insurance partnerships in various African countries where they have built a reputation as a supplier of specialist insurance.

Moodley has held several other positions in the engineering insurance sector locally and abroad.

Moodley notes: “I’m honoured to be taking up my new role as Head of Engineering and look forward to using my technical know-how to help my team and brokers assess the risks that affect clients across the construction spectrum and to structure effective solutions for them.”

De Bruin adds, “The insurance world is constantly evolving and requires leaders to be dynamic and agile. Our Engineering division has already cemented itself as an excellent supplier of specialist insurance in non-traditional markets. By appointing Krush, we’re investing in the very best of capabilities and solutions to take the division to even greater heights.”

“This appointment will help us enable more people to create and secure better futures as we edge closer to becoming the country’s favourite short-term insurer.

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