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NIBA's ex-CEO Dallas Booth recognised for 'outstanding' work

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Former National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA) CEO Dallas Booth has been recognised at a global industry gathering for his work to progress the intermediary sector.

At the World Federation of Insurance Intermediaries (WFII) World Council meeting in Amsterdam last week, he received the Outstanding Achievement Award in recognition of his dedication, innovation, diligence and astute diplomacy in the industry.

He has been an active participant in WFII for many years and has stimulated significant progress in areas vital to the development of the insurance intermediation sector at global level.

Mr Booth, who retired last year after more than a decade leading NIBA, supported the Australian delegation at the Amsterdam meeting. The delegation was led by NIBA President Dianne Phelan, and included past president Eric Harris and Mr Booth’s successor, Philip Kewin.

“It was a surprise and a very great honour to receive this award,” Mr Booth said.

“WFII plays an important role in representing insurance brokers and intermediaries at international bodies… and it has been a privilege to play a part in this work in recent years.

“Australia (and NIBA) is highly regarded in this work, and I am honoured to see our contribution recognised in this way.”