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David Croskery Appointed an Executive Director at Marsh


David Croskery Appointed an Executive Director at Marsh

Auckland, Monday 16 June, 2014 – Marsh, a global leader in insurance broking and risk management, today announced that it had appointed David Croskery as an Executive Director, with responsibility for the organisation’s SME business across New Zealand. He will be based in Auckland and report to Country Head, Grant Milne.

Mr Croskery, who has 26 years’ experience in the New Zealand insurance industry, joins Marsh from Lumley General NZ where he was responsible for the Commercial Market Branch network. He previously worked in a variety of broking and underwriting roles and was Director and co-founder of marine underwriting agency Sailsure New Zealand, until the sale of the business to Vero Insurance in 2003.

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Croskery said: “I am excited to be joining Marsh when the insurance industry is about to go through the kind of significant transformation not seen in New Zealand for many years. This will create opportunities to provide new and innovative solutions for our clients.”

Mr Milne added: “The addition of someone of David’s seniority to our team is another important stage in increasing the breadth of offering we can provide SME companies. With more of them seeking alternative insurance solutions to meet their increasingly diverse needs, David’s long experience will prove invaluable.”

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