There has been a change to the nominees for the UAC board of directors.
UAC chair Lyndon Turner has decided not to stand for re-election at the December annual general meeting.
Lyndon joined the board in March 2011 to replace a retiring director and has consistently given a tremendous amount of energy and dedication to UAC and his fellow directors.
He has been UAC’s chair since December 2015.
Lyndon has decided the time is right for him step down because UAC is in a healthy position and he needs to focus on corporate responsibilities to his rapidly growing NM Group of companies.
He also feels stepping back enables momentum, energy and fresh thinking, aligned with historical knowledge, to develop from the ranks of an excellent field of nominees for the forthcoming election, supported by the continuing directors.
The election will be conducted at UAC’s annual general meeting which starts at 10am on Wednesday 11 December 2019 at Lloyd’s Australia, level 9, 1 O’Connell Street, Sydney NSW.
There are now ten nominees for four vacancies for two-year terms on the board.
Two retiring directors are seeking re-election. They are Kurt Nilsen from Lion Underwriting; and Eric Lowenstein, from Tego.
Other nominees are Ross Webster, from Mecon; Jeanene Hill, from Canopius; Ben Johnston-Bradford, from SUA; Gabriele McDonald, from Protecsure; Kevin Corkery, from Wellington Underwriting; Brett Jackson, from Sura; Chris Dardaneliotis, from Sterling; and Anthony Porter, from AFA.