Kestrel Insurance is growing and has appointed Lisa Haworth to the role of human resources and compliance manager.
Kestrel prides itself as a leading local insurance provider in the Isle of Man.
The company says this is an exciting period of growth.
Lisa’s move to Kestrel is a fundamental one for the island insurance broker.
Chairman Alan Burrows said: ‘I am delighted to welcome Lisa as HR and compliance manager and very much look forward to working with her in the future.
‘Adding her experience to the growing team is going to be very important in Kestrel’s proposed expansion plans, and we all welcome her to the company.
‘I wish Lisa every success in her role.’
Overseeing and managing all HR and compliance work for Kestrel’s five branches and its administration department, Lisa’s HR and compliance department will become an integral part of the business as Kestrel looks to expand its product range and develop its business model further.
Eagerly anticipating her new role, Lisa said: ‘I am really looking forward to applying my knowledge to the fast paced environment of intermediary insurance, and I feel my background and experience will be a valuable asset to Kestrel Insurance as a business going forward.’
Manx resident Lisa has more than nine years of industry experience.
Her previous employment includes Ronaldsway Aircraft Company where she held a senior HR position for seven- and-a-half years, holding full responsibility for all HR matters within the company.
Lisa has also built her knowledge around the insurance industry following her brief employment at Friends Provident.
As the fast paced business continues to expand, Kestrel is looking for experienced, professional individuals to join the team.
You can find all of the open positions on the Isle of Man Job Centre website.
Kestrel Insurance is one of the largest insurance brokers in the Isle of Man.
There are five branches in the island in Douglas, Onchan, Ramsey and Peel.
Having been operating in the Island since 1989 Kestrel Insurance are well known for their Manxman policies, which, the company says, give additional benefits to island residents.