Sunday, July 14, 2024

Aon’s Chloe Hayles appointed new chairperson of Emerging Insurance Professional Committee in Leeds

Chloe Hayles, broking manager at professional services firm Aon, has been appointed chairperson of The Insurance Institute of Leeds Emerging Insurance Professional (EIP) Committee.

28-year-old Chloe was elected to succeed former chairperson Isaac Pollitt following a majority vote from her fellow committee members.

The EIP provides tailored continuous professional development (CPD), networking and social events for its members who are all under 40 years of age.

Over the next year, Chloe will be responsible for ensuring the EIP continues to serve Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) Leeds members, by providing education, career development, networking opportunities, and social events.

Chloe Hayles, broking manager at Aon, said: “It’s an honour to have been selected as chairperson of the Emerging Insurance Professionals in Leeds and I am determined to make a positive impact for young professionals within the financial industry.

“I have over 10 years’ experience within the insurance industry and the support offered by my colleagues and the continuous professional development provided by my employer, Aon, has ensured I have enjoyed a fulfilling career. I am keen to draw on my own experience and ensure that our members are provided with the support and opportunity to network to further their careers too.

“As part of our fundraising activity, we have already attended a charity afternoon at Lineham Farm Children’s Charity and have a series of further charity, social and educational events planned this year. Along with the rest of the committee, I am looking forward to welcoming and supporting current and new members.”

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