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HCA WA Chapter Evening with guest speaker Terry Agnew (AMP168 2005)

                            

 

Terry Agnew (Group CEO RAC):

Lessons learned from 20 years with an iconic WA Organisation

You are invited to a HCA WA Chapter Evening
with guest speaker
Terry Agnew (AMP168 2005)
speaking on
Lessons learned from 20 years with an iconic WA organisation
Terry Agnew is the Group CEO of RAC (Royal Automotive Club) WA, and has held this position for the last 20 years

Date:               Thursday 31st of January 2019

Time:              5.30pm - 7.30pm

Venue:            Clayton Utz,  Level 27, QV.1, 250 St Georges Terrace, Perth

Price:              $25 members and guests

Dress:             Business Attire

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Terry Agnew is the Group CEO of RAC in Western Australia.  RAC started as a motoring club in 1905 and now also provides a range of diverse services to over 1 million Western Australians in the areas of motoring, insurance, finance, travel and tourism, retirement and home services.   RAC also remains a strong advocate for its members on key issues such as road safety, mobility, accessibility and environmental sustainability. 

As with many organisations, RAC is balancing defending its heritage services with the challenges of growth, relevance and sustainability.  Competitors and disruption from technology as well as empowered consumers demand adaptability and responsiveness…and RAC is responding in a number of ways, particularly with an innovation focus.

 Terry is leaving RAC in March 2019.  He will share the lessons he has learned as Group CEO in leading an iconic WA organisation for the past 20 years. The HCA is greatful to joined by Terry to share his incredible journey, please join us for this not be missed event for 2019.

Biography

Terry Agnew is the Group CEO of RAC in Western Australia. RAC started as a motoring club in 1905 and now also provides a range of diverse services to over 1 million Western Australians in the areas of motoring, insurance, finance, travel and tourism, retirement and home services. RAC also remains a strong advocate for its members on key issues such as road safety, mobility, accessibility and environmental sustainability.

As with many organisations, RAC is balancing defending its heritage services with the challenges of growth, relevance and sustainability. Competitors and disruption from technology as well as empowered consumers demand adaptability and responsiveness…and RAC is responding in a number of ways, particularly with an innovation focus.

Terry is the current Chair of the Business Council of Cooperatives of Mutuals, Curtin Business School Advisory Council and Edge Employment Solutions (a disability employment service). He is also a Director of RAA Insurance and MDA National Insurance (both subsidiaries of mutual organisations) and a Founding Member of CEO’s for Gender Equity. Terry is a member of two global entities; Chairing the FIA University Board and is a member of the Board of the Global Mobility Alliance.

 Terry’s experience includes a range of executive and board roles with mutual and member organisations, private and public companies, government, and educational organisations. His industry experience includes insurance and financial services, education, care and disability, tourism and sport.

Terry was State President of CEDA in 2001-2003. Terry is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, Senior Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australia (Finsia) and Member of the Australian Institute of Engineers. December 2018

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