New Chief Operating Officer for Mutual & Federal

21 November 2011 Mutual & Federal
Kevin Wright

Kevin Wright

Mutual & Federal, the leading short-term insurer, has appointed Kevin Wright as Chief Operating Officer.

Wright brings a wealth of experience to Mutual & Federal. His role will be to drive operational efficiencies and service delivery improvements - ensuring close alignment of support functions. Wright will also be responsible for all operational and claims processing functions including IT and Administration.

"Following the launch of our new brand and our renewed commitment to protecting what's important to our clients, we needed to appoint someone of the highest calibre into COO at Mutual & Federal to ensure we truly deliver on our promise," says Peter Todd, Managing Director of Mutual & Federal.

Wright, who holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Port Elizabeth, began his career in 1987 in the banking industry, where after he joined Medscheme in 1992. Starting as a Branch Manager, he was later appointed as Director of Operations in 1998 and then moved on to the position of Chief Information Officer which he held for eight years, working closely with the CEO to develop and implement the group's strategy.

“We are pleased to have Kevin Wright join us. We are confident that his knowledge and experience will aid us in our drive to become the short-term insurer of choice,” concludes Todd.

Mutual & Federal, a member of the Old Mutual Group, is one of the leading short-term insurers in southern Africa.

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