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Michael Giansiracusa

Chief Executive Officer | Whitbread Insurance Brokers

After 15 years at Whitbread Insurance Brokers, Michael assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer in December 2017. This appointment recognised Michael’s extensive insurance expertise and excellent reputation among clients and colleagues.

From his beginnings in 2002 as a Servicing Officer, Michael grew to become a specialist in both General Insurance and Life Insurance, occupying several management positions throughout his time at Whitbread:

  • Broking Operations Manager of the Commercial division
  • General Manager | Corporate Partnerships, and
  • Director of Whitbread Life

Michael is integral in driving the strategic direction of Whitbread, championing major growth projects, while still maintaining an active role in managing key accounts. Clients are at the heart of the Whitbread business, and Michael is passionate about ensuring client needs are always at the forefront of all major company objectives and decisions.

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Renee Cassidy

With Stage 4 Coronavirus restrictions having been imposed in the Melbourne metropolitan area for several weeks, there has been an impact to the way businesses are legally allowed to operate for the duration of this period.

Unfortunately these restrictions have had an unprecedented impact on the progression of insurance claims, whereby builders and other repair and maintenance companies are only legally permitted to carry out a very limited scope of works.

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Lia de Sousa

Devastating bushfires plagued much of Eastern Australia last summer, before a deluge of rain arrived, causing severe flooding and widespread damage to an unprecedented number of properties - including residential strata.

In the aftermath of a flood, many depend on their insurance to help recoup losses. Sadly, stressful situations are often made worse when people discover their Strata Insurance policy does not cover damage as a result of flood.

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