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What’s New: In Brief (October 16, 2009)


October 16, 2009   by Canadian Underwriter


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Cunningham Lindsey is the newest national sponsor at the platinum level of the Women in Insurance Cancer Crusade (WICC), representing a commitment of $45,000 over three years.
The company says it has committed to continuing its support of the outstanding efforts this organization has made in the fight against cancer.
“The work that WICC and its many volunteers and supporters have accomplished in the crusade to cure cancer is exceptional,” Rob Seal, president and CEO of Cunningham Lindsey, said in a release. “Through their fundraising and promotional efforts, WICC has made tremendous strides in increasing the awareness for cancer research funding within the P&C industry in Canada and it is our hope that our sponsorship will help them move one step closer to their ultimate goal of making cancer history.”
Cunningham Lindsey joins a special group of nine WICC national sponsors at the platinum level. For more information please see www.wicc.ca.

Willis Group Holdings has appointed Joe Seeger as energy practice leader for Willis Canada.
In this new role, he will report to Alistair Rivers, CEO, Willis Energy and Marine.
Dave Twaddle has been appointed as senior vice president of Willis Energy and will report to Seeger.
Willis Energy in Calgary has grown significantly in recent months with the addition of a number of energy industry executives: Donna Holt, Laura Lansdown and Sandra (Sam) Pearson, all vice presidents and account executives; account manager Nicole Murphy; Amy Cline as executive assistant; and Robert Carter as a technical assistant.


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