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15 January 2016 saXum Insurance
Ancke Barnard.

Ancke Barnard.

Mehnaaz Khan.

Mehnaaz Khan.

saXum Insurance Limited proudly announced that it has appointed Ancke Barnard as Regional Administrator and she is based in the Johannesburg offices.

Barnard brings with a wealth of experience and has worked in the Transportation Industry for the last five years.

saXum welcomes her contribution and extensive experience.

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saXum Insurance Limited proudly announced that it has appointed Mehnaaz Khan as Head of Finance (Gauteng).

Khan qualified as a Chartered Accountant (SA) in 2004 and worked at one of the largest SA cell captive insurers until 2005 as a Statutory Accountant. This followed a position as Assistant Manager at a reputable firm before spending time and obtaining further experience in the UK.

Khan’s aim is to provide a solid financial platform to support the future growth of saXum Insuance. Khan said: “I believe that a robust risk management strategy, combined with a sound control framework and greater investment in data analytics is key in identifying and effectively mitigating emerging risks.

These are both exciting yet challenging times for the insurance industry and those entities that embrace the change and invest their time and resources to adapt will certainly reap the rewards.”

saXum welcomes her contribution and extensive experience.

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