FSC’s CEO to Take Reins at Australian Association


The CEO of the Financial Services Council Richard Klipin has been announced as the incoming chief executive of Australia’s National Insurance Brokers Association.

Klipin announced his resignation from the FSC in February 2024 and he will take up the new role in Australia at the end of May (see: FSC’s CEO to Step Down).

NIBA president Gary Okely, says in a statement that Klipin comes to NIBA “…with a strong track record across membership associations and the financial services spectrum which is why we believe he is perfectly positioned to lead our organisation into the future.”

FSC CEO, Richard Klipin
FSC CEO, Richard Klipin

Klipin says he is delighted to be joining NIBA at this pivotal time.

“The NIBA community is a powerful one that guides and advises Australians to better manage and understand their risks.”

He says he looks forward to working with the Board, the members and key stakeholders as the organisation builds on a platform of representation, professionalism and community.

NIBA describes itself as the peak representative body for the intermediated insurance industry in Australia. It represents approximately 450 member firms and 11,000 individual brokers.