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Steve Duff – Branch Manager, Orange and Forbes

Steve commenced his Broking career in 1983 when he joined Hopcraft Insurance Brokers in Orange. Through merger and acquisition this business became part of AON Insurance Brokers some years later. Steve was also a vital member of the Aradlay Insurance Brokers Management team from 1991 to 2001 when the business was sold to Elders Insurance Services.

Born and raised in Orange, Steve has a great affinity with the region and has provided insurance services to a vast array of commercial and corporate clients for in excess of 30 years.

Steve has managed the Orange operation of Austbrokers Risk and Insurance Services since 2002, whereby the business has grown substantially as a result of the professional niche services provided.

The business operation now takes in Orange and Forbes branches, servicing a greater regional footprint in line with our corporate strategy of personalized service delivery of insurance products to business and regional communities.

With a team of 7 across 2 branches, a Diploma of Financial Services and vast experience in the General Insurance Broking space, Steve and staff are at your disposal and keen to assist you with any insurance enquiry.

Email: steved@abris.com.au
 

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