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RPS announces new appointments

Risk Placement Services has announced two new appointments after an online expansion.

Andreas Hector will be appointed as business analyst and Rachel Grigg joins the sales team as sales co-ordinator.

The appointments follow RPS’s recent launch of an online adviser centre.

Hector will be responsible for managing the development of RPS’s website and enhancing the online system, directing a team of developers.

Grigg will be responsible for co-ordinating sales leads and liasing with advisers and customers, throughout all stages of case processing.

Mike Hosie, managing director of RPS, says: “I am delighted to have Andreas and Rachel on board.

“Andreas’s IT expertise will be crucial to cementing our position in the special risk insurance market place, while Rachel’s customer service skills will be central to helping us improve communications and service levels in all aspects of our operation.”

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