Honey Welcomes Galia Durbach as Chief Revenue Office

18 May 2023 1 mins
Chief Revenue Office Galia Durbach

Today Honey Insurance announced that Galia Durbach will be joining one of the fastest-growing companies in Australia as Chief Revenue Officer

Amber Morris

Galia was a senior executive at Hollard Insurance for over 10 years, where in her most recent role as Hollard’s Chief Integration Officer she led Hollard’s integration of CBA General Insurance business, and prior to that held several executive roles across the business, including responsibility for Hollard’s Personal Lines Distribution, Product and Underwriting, Operations and Hollard Governance.

Rich Joffe, CEO and Founder of Honey commented, “At Honey, we pride ourselves on hiring the best of the best in the market and today we are excited that by welcoming Galia to our family we have once again achieved exactly that. Galia's impressive background and experience make her an exceptional addition to our team. We are confident that her unique perspective and expertise will bring a fresh and innovative approach to Honey to take us to the next phase of growth”.

As Chief Revenue Officer for Honey Insurance, Galia will be responsible for building and nurturing the DNA of partnering with exceptional businesses to bring innovative insurance solutions to customers. Galia brings financial services experience across insurance, banking, and consulting.

About Honey

Honey is smart home insurance, and we are on a mission to eliminate the majority of avoidable accidents that happen in the home. We give our customers $250 of technology upfront, and ongoing services to keep homes safer when they sign up for house and contents insurance. Honey then rewards them with a lower price on their insurance for being safer. In June 2021, Honey raised $15.5m, the largest seed investment in Australian history at the time, from industry leaders such as AGL, Metricon, Mirvac, PEXA, and many others. Honey is underwritten by RACQ, one of the most trusted insurance companies in Australia.

Amber Morris

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