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Cardif Pinnacle appoints media relations manager

Pauline Duggan has joined Cardif Pinnacle as media relations manager, working
with Steve Devine, corporate communications director, and the rest of the
team.

Duggen will be responsible for managing the relationship between Cardif Pinnacle and the Media.

Her previous experience includes PR and marketing for various blue chip businesses including major brands such as Xerox.

Duggen says : “I am delighted to be joining Cardif Pinnacle. My aim is
to dispel the mystery and concern that the words “Finance” and “Insurance”
can often evoke.

“In addition to providing an appropriate and first class
product for our clients, I believe it’s also important that we provide
excellent support and communicate our offering in a clear and concise
manner.”

Cardif Pinnacle, forms part of global banking group BNP Paribas and
continues to be one of the UK’s leading providers of creditor, warranty and
special risks insurance.

In more recent years the company has diversified and offers a range of other protection-based products.

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