The General Insurance and Standard Council has appointed Mary Rance as Secretary to the Committee wh...
The General Insurance and Standard Council has appointed Mary Rance as Secretary to the Committee which assesses whether the GISC is effective at establishing and enforcing the rules it designed to protect consumer interests.
Rance will drive the Scrutiny Committee of the GISC - which operates autonomously of the GISC - as well as manage and commission research to assess GISC's effectiveness from a consumer perspective, under the leadership of the chair and committee.
She has previous of scrutinizing the insurance sector from her work as assistant company secretary/legal adviser at National Mutual Life as well as assistant to the Insurance Ombudsman where she handled cases involving legal and insurance principles, as well as best practice.
Her first role will be to organize the Scrutiny Committee's first conference - General Insurance: issues for consumers - in London on December 7.
Ian Nash, Company Secretary at GISC, added: "The Scrutiny Committee was established to demonstrate our commitment to open and accountable governance, even before we issued our consultation document in December 2000 on the future governance of GISC. This new appointment reaffirms the significant role this Committee has to play in the future of GISC."
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