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New regional manager at MUA to head up Gauteng region

11 November 2014 Christelle Fourie, MUA
Lindsay Robertson.

Lindsay Robertson.

MUA Insurance Acceptances is proud to announce the appointment of Lindsay Robertson as its new Regional Manager for Gauteng.

According to Christelle Fourie, Managing Director of MUA, Robertson was the perfect choice for the role. "With over 30 years' experience within the short term insurance sector, Robertson brings with her a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the MUA team. Attracting her was a real coup and we are really pleased to have her on board."

"I am excited about joining the MUA team and I look forward to building onto and forging new relationships with the Gauteng broker network for the business," says Robertson. "With a solid network of relationships with national and independent brokers within the Gauteng region, I believe that I can add tremendous value to the role."

Having started her insurance career with Guardian National in 1984, Robertson moved on to spend 28 years with Mutual & Federal and Commercial Union, as the company's Head of Group Schemes. She has completed her Certificate of Proficiency (COP) and Associate of the Insurance Institute of South Africa (AIISA) through the Insurance Institute, Management Advancement Programme (MAP) programme with the Wits Business School and a Senior Management Programme at the University of Stellenbosch. Robertson is also Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services (FAIS) compliant.

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