What’s New

Further to my recent announcement of Joe Coppolecchias’ retirement I would like to provide an update on his replacement. 

Ani Kakulapati will be the next CHU State Manager for QLD & NT. Ani is no stranger to the CHU QLD business having spent a number of years in the QLD Service Manager role prior to relocating to Sydney in 2017. 

Ani has spent more than 10 years with CHU in various roles across VIC, QLD & NSW from claims to underwriting, team-leading to leadership, he is currently leading our futureproof strategy as our Chief Disruptor. 

This is a significant opportunity for Ani to run one of CHUs’ largest businesses and I know that those of you who know Ani will be glad to see him back in QLD and for those that don’t know him, I’m sure you will like him once you meet him. 

Thank you for your continued support of CHU we don’t take it for granted and I know Ani will work very hard to ensure that your expectations are continually met and often exceeded. 

Ani will begin transitioning into the role in early October with Joe’s guidance. Joe will begin his well earned retirement mid November.

Kind Regards,  
Bobby Lehane
Chief Executive Officer

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