Fixed-fee boutique recruits two new partners

By Reporter|16 March 2015
Ruth Slater HBA Law

A boutique insurance firm has appointed two new partners to its Sydney and Perth offices.

In a statement, HBA Legal announced Geoff Brookes, formerly of Hunt and Hunt, would join its Sydney team.

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Meanwhile, the Perth office has secured Ruth Slater (pictured), previously of CCS Insurance Law.

Mr Brookes pointed to the firm’s fixed-fee structure as a drawcard.

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“HBA is an industry leader in fixed fees and other real innovations in client service,” he said.

“They mean what they say about clients coming first. I am so looking forward to being part of that.”

Ms Slater suggested the firm’s small size made it agile and efficient at servicing clients.

“We can focus on relationships and truly understanding a client's business needs, and working up solutions to support that,” she said.

HBA Legal partner Nathan Hepple said the firm had a stringent hiring policy that prioritised a curious nature and commitment to client service excellence.

“This underpins our culture and business model and ensures employees can enjoy career growth with us,” he said.

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