Former IAG exec joins the ACC board

Former IAG exec joins the ACC board | Insurance Business

Former IAG exec joins the ACC board
A former IAG key executive has been appointed as a new board member at New Zealand’s Accident and Compensation Corporation (ACC).
 
Leona Murphy, whose career has been focused on the Australian insurance industry, has joined the ACC board for a three year term. She succeeds departing board member Professor Gregor Coster.

“Ms Murphy will bring valuable skills to the ACC board - she has a strong background in large scale business transformation, digital IT, and insurance claims management,” said ACC minister Michael Woodhouse.

Prior to joining ACC, Murphy was most recently chief strategy officer and chief transformation officer at IAG, where she worked across the Australian, Asian, and NZ markets.

ACC is a NZ Crown entity with an independent board composing of eight members appointed by the minister for the ACC.


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