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NTI shuffles leadership and reports award wins

Road transport insurer, National Transport Insurance, has announced new appointments in its commercial team, following a period of growth and successful transition of the marine specialty line into the business.

NTI’s Col Chapman will move to a newly created of National Operations Manager – Commercial, while Sergio Sartor has been appointed State Manager NSW/ACT.

Natasha Kuchta, previously of CGU, will join NTI as National Manager – Key Accounts; a role previously held by Allan smith.

Mike Edmonds, General Manager – Commercial said NTI is thrilled to be welcoming Natasha, who brings with her almost 20 years’ experience in the intermediated market.

In other news,  NTI has been named winner across two categories at the inaugural Insurance Business Australia Awards, held recently in Sydney:

• Winner – Australian Underwriting Agency of the Year
• Winner – Underwriting Agency Claims Team of the Year

The awards recognise business achievements, innovation, levels of service and commitment to the insurance industry and broader community throughout 2017, and come after what can only be described as a monumental year for the company, according to NTI CEO, Tony Clark.

“To gain industry acknowledgement on the back of so much change and growth in 2017, is a testament to our people and our culture,” said Clark.

2017 saw NTI acquire a sizable marine portfolio from joint shareholders CGU and Vero, launch a corporate rebrand across all specialty lines, and undertake their largest philanthropic initiative to date.

“As Australia’s leading specialist insurer we’re driven to maintain our position in the market, whilst challenging ourselves to innovate, increase safety, and deliver customer service that’s second to none,” said Clark.

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