NIBA has appointed OAMPS CEO Mike Cutter to its national board, replacing former OAMPS chief executive, Keith McIvor.
McIvor resigned from OAMPS in July, 2012, and stood down from his NIBA board role last October. He took up a new role as chief broking officer at Austbrokers Holdings last month.
Cutter has more than 25 years’ experience across Australia and New Zealand, the US and the UK. He took over the OAMPS chief executive role in February of this year and his previous roles include Chief Risk Officer at ANZ and President and CEO of GE Money Australia and NZ.
“We’re delighted to welcome someone of Mike Cutter’s standing on to the NIBA board,” NIBA CEO Dallas Booth said. “He has worked across a full range of financial service sectors, including in general insurance, and his vast experience will be invaluable to the NIBA Board moving forward.”
The appointment brings the total number of board members to 12, with representation from each region.