Sea change for insurer’s marine division

Sea change for insurer’s marine division | Insurance Business

Sea change for insurer’s marine division
Mark Roelink has been appointed national marine manager for IAG following a consultation process on the structure of the company’s marine division.

Andrew Scrivens, who was centre of expertise marine manager of Lumley, has taken redundancy and officially finished up on Friday 27 February.

Roelink’s appointment was the latest development in IAG’s continued progress with its integration of Lumley into its intermediated business, the company said in a statement.

Spokesperson Melanie Roberts said: “Andrew was offered a new role as part of the integration process with Lumley but has chosen to explore other opportunities outside of IAG NZ, which we wish him all the best with.”

Scrivens told Insurance Business he was planning to take some time off and travel before returning to the industry in a year or so.

Another development in the intermediated business involved the appointment of Danette Hunter to the company’s communications teams.
Hunter comes from three years working at the Financial Markets Authority (FMA).

“Her experience will help us in delivering enhanced support to our broker network,” Roberts said.