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Paymentshield appoints Rob Evans as CFO

Insurance provider Paymentshield has appointed Rob Evans as its chief financial officer.

Evans joins the company from Westfield Health, where he spent six years as financial director. 

He previously spent four years in senior management roles at Scarborough Building Society Group as well as working at Zurich Financial Services between 1998 and 2004.

He replaces former CFO Julian Winfield, who left Paymentshield last year after four years in the role.

Paymentshield chief executive Gary Duggan says: “A CFO of Rob’s calibre is hard to come by. He has a wealth of corporate experience having spent his career in regulated financial services.”

He adds: “Rob will be an essential addition to the management team as we work to achieve our growth ambitions. 

“His significant experience will add further strength to our team and I’m delighted to welcome him on board.”

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