Ms Green said she was proud to stand up for the interests of RACQ and Queenslanders with the ICA the representative body of the general insurance industry whose members represented close to 95 percent of private sector general insurers.
“As someone who has worked across the insurance industry for more than 30 years I’m delighted to join the Insurance Council of Australia board, which allows me to play a key role in helping to shape insurance of the future,” Ms Green said.
“I’m passionate about our collective role in providing protection and security to the community and about the opportunities to evolve and respond to changing customer needs and climate.
“As a Queensland-based member-owned mutual insurer, RACQ exists to benefit its members and our wider community and it is clear that action is needed. I look forward to playing my part in building community resilience.”
The ICA Board now has 12 Directors.
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