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Natmed's announcement of our new CEO

13 April 2018 Natmed
Donald Dinnie.

Donald Dinnie.

As the famous Bob Dylan song and lyrics portray “For the times they are a-changin'”- we have exciting developments of progress within our Group that we wish to share.

Fundamental to our ability to provide leading Professional Indemnity and Medical Malpractice cover is our capability to immediately support doctors in any legal matters which arise and provide them with the comfort and peace of mind of dealing with the equally leading legal support.

I am very pleased to now be able to share with you the news that from April 2018 Donald Dinnie has joined Natmed group of Companies as the Group CEO. Donald has a long association with Natmed as its lead external legal counsel and he joins Natmed from the renowned global legal firm Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa where he was CEO and previously Head of their Disputes Practice.

Chambers Global 2018 list Donald as the sole Eminent Practitioner for South Africa disputes and comments that: "Donald Dinnie maintains an impressive reputation in this sector for his depth of experience in a range of contentious disputes. He is particularly well regarded for his work in reinsurance and insurance."

Donald together with a number of additional new staff with proven track records in the Commercial world will add considerably to Natmed's service and product offering to our medical practitioners significant benefit, further entrenching us as the eminent specialists in this complex sector. Over the next few months we will be implementing our plans for growth, added benefits and service excellence.

 

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