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As part of his role as AIG ambassador, Richie McCaw recently addressed the insurer’s staff and brokers at an event in Sydney
Richie McCaw might not be a name you associate with the business world.
Having won back-to-back World Cups as captain of the All Blacks and the most capped player in rugby union history, McCaw hung up his boots in 2015 and now has a shareholding in a successful helicopter business in his native New Zealand.
In Australia for the launch of Chasing Great, a documentary about his life and career, McCaw took time out to visit the AIG offices in Sydney to address staff and brokers and sat down with Insurance Business to share what he learned on the field and how that can help brokers.