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Commitments Protection increases sales team

Commitments Protection has increased the size of its sales team with the addition of five regional sales managers and business development managers.

The Mortgage Payment Protection and home insurance provider has appointed Paul Stacey to represent the company as BDM in the South-East of England and south London.
Frank Edmunds is to represent the company in the Midlands and North of England and David Davis will cover part of the North-East of England and Eastern Counties.
Bob Lawless is to represent Commitments in Hertfordshire and the Luton area while Paul Beddington will cover the north of Scotland.

The new additions to the Shrewsbury-based companys sales team will help Commitments meet the ambitious growth targets it has set itself over the coming years.

Kathy Chapman, managing director of Commitments Protection, says: Commitments Protection has grown to become one of the leading providers of MPPI and home insurance to financial intermediaries and this expansion is set to continue.
The additional BDMs will ensure that we achieve our sales objectives.

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