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Whitbread's Claims Manager Receives Women In Insurance Award for Excellence 2019

By Michael Giansiracusa on

Whitbread Insurance Brokers are excited to announce our very own Renee Cassidy as the recipient of the Women In Insurance Award for Excellence, 2019.

The Victorian Branch of Women in Insurance presented Renee with this prestigious award at their annual AGM in August.  Renees Award Photo Altered

Renee has been a valued and dedicated member of the Whitbread team since she commenced as our Claims Manager in 2011. Renee’s career in Insurance Claims spans 18 years, inclusive of more than a decade in Claims Management. She brings this wealth of experience and knowledge to her role at Whitbread, which facilitates her ability to achieve the best possible outcomes for clients’, in the event they experience loss or damage.

I am elated that Renee’s work ethic and commitment to her role have been recognised through this prestigious award, and I could not think of a more deserving winner. 

At Whitbread, we understand the claims process is the time when you need our help most. That’s why we have a large in-house claims team, dedicated to managing all Whitbread client claims. Renee has worked diligently to build a team of consultants who are results driven, and possess the ability to think laterally.     

In the event of a claim, our claims representatives advocate to the insurer on your behalf. Lead by Renee, our team work incredibly hard to achieve the best possible settlement outcome, ensuring your insurance investment responds when things don't go to plan.

Renee is integral to Whitbread’s success, delivering a market leading insurance claims service for our clients. We value her contributions to the company immensely, and on behalf of the Whitbread team, I congratulate Renee on this outstanding achievement. 

For further information on the claims service please visit or contact our team:

T: 1300 424 627


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