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Ex-Bright Grey MD Roger Edwards joins Protection Review

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Consultancy firm Protection Review has appointed Roger Edwards as marketing director.

Edwards has previously been managing director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident. He left the providers in September 2013 and since then has been running his own marketing consultancy.

He will take up his new role on 1 January 2016.

Protection Review chief executive Kevin Carr says: “Roger brings a wealth of experience, ideas and energy. He has played a pivotal role in the shaping of the UK protection insurance industry over the last 20 years and we are delighted to welcome him on board.”

Edwards adds: “I’m delighted to be joining the Protection Review team. These are exciting times for the protection insurance market with several new providers coming into the sector alongside a growing focus on digital technology and how it can improve the customer experience.

“I’m looking forward to working with the team to help grow the UK market.”

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