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Andrew Saville

General Manager, Broking | National

With over 14 years’ experience in the insurance broking industry, Andrew possesses a wealth of knowledge which he brings to his role as Whitbread’s General Manager of Broking.

Andrew manages Whitbread’s team of specialist commercial insurance brokers, and is a member of the company Leadership Team, where he plays a key role in setting the strategic agenda for continued growth.

Andrew has extensive experience in the commercial sector - in particular across property, transportation and not for profit organisations.

In addition to his Leadership role, Andrew continues to manage insurance portfolios for a number of corporate and commercial clients. These range from ASX-listed companies, to manufacturers and SMEs.

Andrew prides himself on his ability to quickly understand the full scope of a client’s risk exposures, enabling him to design insurance programs that advance the client’s ability to achieve their business objectives.

It is the opportunity to get to know a diverse range of clients, businesses and industries that Andrew thoroughly enjoys, relishing the chance to build strong commercial relationships and assist people when they’re most in need.  

Over the course of his career, Andrew has worked as part of the Whitbread team for over 10 years, and is a Tier 1 compliant insurance broker.  

 

 

 

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