Australian Unity Trustees adds national legal partnerships manager
The subsidiary of Australian mutual company Australian Unity has appointed a national legal partnerships manager to lead the Trustee’s national network of personal injury and succession lawyers.
Angela Ehsani (pictured), who previously served as national manager (law) at AMP Advice and before that was at Gilchrist Connell, Lander & Rogers and Clayton Utz, has been hired to reinforce Australian Unity Trustees’ (AUT) commitment to partnerships in Australia’s legal sector.
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Her 15-year career, AUT noted in a statement, has seen her lead the delivery of partnership strategies and create large legal stakeholder networks across the eastern seaboard.
Speaking about the appointment, Australian Unity executive general manager of trustees Alex Madsen said that Ms Ehsani’s large professional network and partnerships expertise would enable AUT to deliver solutions that benefit law firms and their clients.
“As a wellbeing company and trusted mutual, Australian Unity Trustees is the ideal partner to deliver trust management, financial attorney and administration services to the clients of Australia’s personal injury and succession law firms,” she said.
“Angela’s legal experience and strong network of personal injury and succession lawyers built in her previous roles will be highly valuable as we raise awareness for our offering and seek partnerships that ultimately benefit Australians.”
Ms Ehsani added that she is pleased to join AUT and support its objective to help Australians protect and administer assets in line with their wishes.
“I’m proud to join Australian Unity Trustees, a company focused on the wellbeing of Australians and their loved ones,” she proclaimed.
“By expanding our partnership network in the legal sector and raising greater awareness for our services, we hope to create longstanding and trusted referral partnerships that benefit clients.”