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Assurant adds two to sales and marketing team

Assurant Solutions has further strengthened its sales and marketing team with two appointments.

Karen Bailey joins the team as client relationship manager.

Bailey will primarily be responsible for managing relationships with a number of key accounts in the retail arena, with a focus on developing their property protection portfolios.

Bailey joins Assurant Solutions from Cardif Pinnacle where she spent four years as affinity marketing manager.

Prior to that, Bailey spent 10 years in the Barclays mortgage marketing team.

Jeremy Andrews has been appointed business development manager focusing on developing new business opportunities primarily in the mortgage market.

Andrews joins the business from the mortgage insurance division of Genworth, where he held the role of account development manager.

Andrews spent seven years at Genworth in a variety of client management roles predominantly within the creditor insurance sector.

Ian Moffatt, sales and marketing director at Assurant Solutions, says: There is a wealth of opportunity in the markets in which we operate and if we are to continue growing our business, it is essential that we build our team to maximise these opportunities.

“Jeremy and Karen are a welcome addition to the team and Im confident that they will make an outstanding contribution to the group over the coming months.

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