1st August 2019, (Sydney, AEST):
Aviso All Points has been created via the merger of Wagecover, a specialist Personal Accident Broker, the portfolios of Eagle Eye Insurance Services (EEIS) and Eighteen33.
Based in Sydney, the newly created business will be led by Mark Finn, previously the Managing Director of Quattro Risk Services and prior to that Managing Director of Finn Foster. Joining Mark in the business will be Luke Eagle, who will continue to operate EEIS as an Authorised Rep. Luke was previously the Director of Eagle Eye and prior to that a Senior Broker at Milne Alexander.
An essential ingredient to the Aviso All Points business is Eighteen33, an independent, full-service Work Health and Safety and Workers Compensation Consultancy. Led by Adam Marshall and Jason Byrne, each of whom have a vast amount of experience in the Work Health and Safety space, Eighteen33 will work seamlessly with All Points and other Aviso Group partners to extend our set of solutions for our client base.
“The Aviso Group is a family and we have been warmly welcomed by all,”All Points Managing director Mark Finn said.
“The Aviso vision for the future ties in perfectly with the goals and aspirations that we have for our own business, with a structure that suits us. We look forward to working with the Aviso partners and broader Envest network into the years ahead.”
Luke Eagle said he was equally excited to be joining the Aviso network.
“The collaboration between Aviso Group businesses, as well as the connections will add value to our current clients and also assist with distribution opportunities,” Mr Eagle said.
Greg Mullins, Managing Director of Envest – investment partner for the Aviso Group – said the merger was in keeping with Group strategy and culture.
“At Envest we have a people-first strategy and are excited by what Mark and Luke bring to the Group,” Mr Mullins said.
“Combining youth and experience we are confident we can assist All Points grow into a substantial business in Sydney; giving their clients a world-class experience. We are seeing increased opportunity to assist growth broking businesses achieve their goals faster with our minority interest equity model.”
Craig Robson, CEO Aviso Group said, “We’re thrilled to have Aviso All Points become our tenth Partner. We are looking to grow Aviso Group with partners that align with our culture and long term
strategies. Aviso Allpoints allows us to continue our growth in the Sydney market. While a relatively new business, they have already built a great reputation and it will only be enhanced with Mark joining the team.”
The Aviso Group now combines 20 offices nationally, 191 employees, 17 principals and $230m in Gross Written Premium (GWP).
It is made up of the following insurance brokers: Aviso WA Insurance Brokers (formerly IC Frith WA), Fitzpatrick & Co Insurance Brokers (VIC), Eagle Insurance Brokers (NSW), Acumen Insurance Brokers (NSW), Aviso TAS Insurance Brokers (TAS), Allsafe Insurance Brokers (QLD), Insurance Aid General Brokers (QLD), Aviso Qsure Insurance Brokers (QLD), Western Insurance Brokers (VIC) & now Aviso All Points Insurance & Risk Advisory (NSW)”