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em-financial adds three additional BDMs

em-financial has announced the appointment of three additional business development managers to increase the company&#39s national sales support.

Daniel Spragg has been appointed as the business development manager for the Midlands, Jo Brookes will cover the South-Coast, and Mandy Jones will cover central London.

Guy Garrard, em-financial&#39s business development director, says: “I am delighted to welcome all three on board, and am confident that these additional appointments will only strengthen em&#39s ability to offer a complete service solution to brokers throughout the country.”

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