Faafoi appointed new chief executive of Insurance Council

Faafoi appointed new chief executive of Insurance Council
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Rebecca Howard
Former cabinet minister Kris Faafoi has been appointed the new chief executive of the Insurance Council of New Zealand from April 2024.Faafoi will replace Tim Grafton, who is stepping down on April 7 after leading the representative body for general insurers for almost 12 years – a period that included the Canterbury and Kaikoūra earthquakes, major floods, tornadoes, fires and cyclones."I’m delighted we are able to appoint someone of Kris’ calibre who has a track record of demonstrated leadership together with extens...

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