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SAIA Appoints Ms Pamela Ramagaga as General Manager: Insurance Risks

Published

2020

Wed

17

Jun

It is with great pleasure to announce to you that the South African Insurance
Association (SAIA) has appointed Ms Pamela Ramagaga to the position of General Manager:
Insurance Risks effective 1 June 2020.


Ms Ramagaga has successfully held the position of Acting General Manager: Insurance Risks from January 2020 after the position became vacant. In her new capacity, she will lead a team that drives several strategic and pertinent industry initiatives, while also reporting directly into SAIA’s Chief Executive Officer, Ms Viviene Pearson. Ms Ramagaga joined SAIA in 2018 as the SAIA Executive Manager, working with the Internal Executive Team on several initiatives across the organisation.


“We are glad to have Ms Ramagaga take on this challenging responsibility on a substantive basis
after only six months in an acting capacity. I have no doubt that her industry expertise and the
maturity she displays in her approach to industry challenges will be an asset, not only to the
organisation, but also for the entire non-life insurance industry. We welcome her into her new role, and wish her well for the future,” says Viviene Pearson.


Ms Ramagaga brings with her valuable and extensive insurance industry experience coupled with her academic achievements, that include a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS).

 
Source: SAIA
 
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