Prominent insurance professional joins the board of Recoveries Corporation Group Ltd

The Chairman of the Recoveries Corporation Group Ltd board, John Wauchope today announced the appointment of former CEO of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance, Joan Fitzpatrick to its company board of directors.

Managing Director and CEO of recoveriescorp, David Mond said Ms Fitzpatrick would bring a wealth of experience in business management and insurance, adding a valuable dimension to the board.

“Joan Fitzpatrick is well known and widely respected for her leadership in creating a national insurance institute and expanding its influence here and through the Asia/Pacific region,” he said.

“Her skills and expertise will be invaluable as more of Australia’s leading insurance firms are entrusting recoveriescorp to manage their claims recoveries and maximise their returns.”

Ms Fitzpatrick is a qualified barrister and recently retired as CEO of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance after holding the position for 16 years.  She has extensive experience in managing major commercial projects and has contributed to the strategic direction of several global companies. 

Ms Fitzpatrick is currently an Executive Director with the Bevington Group, Director of the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority and Chair of the Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation, an Australian government body. She is also a member of the World Vision Business and Greenfleet Advisory Councils and is a Director of the CREATE Foundation, a charity helping children and young people in care in Australia.

Other members of the Recoveries Corporation Group Ltd board of directors are:

John Wauchope – Chairman
David Mond – Managing Director and CEO
Leon Sholl – Solicitor Director

Founded in 1991,the Recoveries Corporation Group specialises in debt management solutions, debt recovery and insurance claims recovery services, commercial litigation, dispute resolution and insurance law services across government, insurance, banking and finance, telecommunications and utilities sectors.