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Premium Credit refreshes insurance sales team

Brokers / 29th November

Looking forward to 2023 Premium Credit has reshaped its Insurance Premium Finance (IPF) Sales Team to recognise the bespoke needs of the Commercial Lines, Personal Lines and e-Trade markets.

Christy Chisholm has completed a transition from Sales Support Director to Deputy Director of Commercial Lines after a period of covering both roles. Christy joined Premium Credit at the start of 2020 having worked previously at RSA and Barclays blending insurance and banking expertise. Also in Commercial Lines, Dave Howell expands his focus on Commercial Risks with the business’ largest commercial customers having spent a large part of his career before Premium Credit in the financial markets as an IFA.

Mark Coffey, formerly of Atlanta, Oak and RSA has recently joined Premium Credit as Personal Lines and e-Trade Director, leading the business in those markets.

Glen Murphy has been promoted to Sales Support Director with a focus on helping the IPF Sales Team deliver on the business’ “100% offer” strategy through existing partners, new partners and new propositions. Having worked in the insurance industry for 24 years where he held a number of senior sales roles at Aviva before joining Premium Credit two years ago, he brings a wealth of experience that will be critical to help realise the business’ growth ambitions. Glen commented, “I’m delighted to take up the role of Sales Support Director, it’s a great time to bring my sales experience and industry knowledge to support the wider IPF Sales Team.”

Owen Thomas, Premium Credit’s Chief Sales Officer adds, “Our strategy, supported right across the business, continues to help us exceed sales targets, set multiple Premium Credit records and win new partners in our chosen markets. These moves, combined with other people and technology investments in our sales capability, will ensure we proudly deliver to our communities of partners and customers, further growing our business beyond £4bn.”

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