New Appointments at Aon South Africa

24 June 2013 Aon South Africa
Eunice Da Fonseca.

Eunice Da Fonseca.

Jacques De Villiers.

Jacques De Villiers.

Jacques De Villiers has been appointed Regional Manager for Gauteng at Aon South Africa. He has been in the insurance industry for 23 years, largely in underwriting. . Jacques was previously with Santam where he specialised in commercial insurance, risk management and relationship building. He is well-versed in the set-up of joint ventures with selected business partners in addition to his experience in the outsource space. Compliance is a matter that Jacques has dealt with on an on-going basis with the execution of regulatory requirements between the insurer and its business partners, specifically relating to Binder agreements.

Eunice Da Fonseca has been appointed as the Manager for Learning and Engagement at Aon South Africa. She will be primarily responsible for all Aon South Africa Employee Engagement initiatives in addition to the company’s internal learning and development function reporting to her.

Eunice joined Investec in 2003 as an Underwriting Consultant and played a key role in the start-up of Pinion Private Insurance. Since then she has occupied several roles from National Sales to Underwriting Manager and in 2009, as a result of the Insurance arm of Investec being sold, first to Santam and then to Aon in 2010, Eunice took the opportunity to move into Human Resources. As an HR Business Partner, she has worked with the Personal Lines, Commercial as well as Corporate & Specialty divisions within Aon South Africa.

Eunice has a certificate in Human Resources Management and a Diploma in Industrial and Organisational Psychology. She is also a qualified Associate Coach through UCT, Graduate School of Business and Deep Democracy Facilitator.

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