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saXum Insurance Limited welcomes Michelle Hollenbach as Regional Manager (Gauteng)

03 November 2015 saXum Insurance Limited
Michelle Hollenbach.

Michelle Hollenbach.

saXum Insurance Limited proudly announced that it has appointed Michelle Hollenbach as Regional Manager (Gauteng) at its new offices in Gauteng.

saXum have opened their Gauteng offices in Parktown for their broker based  and Key Account business. Michelle Hollenbach, having dealt extensively with broker business in the past has been appointed to grow saXum’s intermediary business in Gauteng and beyond, being the area not already covered by saXum’s branches in KwaZulu Natal, Free State and Northern, Western Cape regional offices. 

Michelle, originally from an insurance broker background herself, started her career as a broker in 2005 where after she moved on to the insurer front with large players, specifically in the engineering insurance sector. 

She believes that the advice lead broker distribution is vital to the growth of the insurance industry and is passionate about supporting small to medium size brokers, not just the larger players. 

Moving with the times and technology is another crucial part of her strategy and she strives to use technology to the advantage of the insurer, broker and client. She believes that despite many concerns in the regulatory climate, companies like saXum can assist brokers to continuously add value to the policy holder.  

saXum welcomes her contribution and extensive experience. 

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