Aussie broking giant loses chief executive
27 July 2012 - Insurance Business
After 23 years of service for the company, one of Australia’s biggest insurance brokers has lost its chief executive and has immediately started the search for a replacement.
Wesfarmers Insurance confirmed that OAMPS Insurance Brokers chief executive, Keith McIvor, has resigned.
McIvor served the company for 23 years, the last three as chief executive of OAMPS.
"Keith has been a trusted colleague who has made a significant contribution to the success of Crombie Lockwood and OAMPS," said Steve Lockwood, CEO broking, Wesfarmers Insurance.
"We thank Keith for his long and distinguished service. We wish him all the very best for the future."
The company confirmed that the search is underway for a replacement.
Source: Insurance Business