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Lee Gladwell joins Paymentshield

Lee Gladwell has been appointed interim proposition director at insurance provider Paymentshield.

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Gladwell will have responsibility for product, marketing and e-commerce functions in this new role and will report directly to Paymentshield chief executive Tim Johnson.

He says: “I’m delighted to be joining Paymentshield at this exciting time. This is an organization that is committed to helping brokers grow their businesses; and I will be focusing on a number of projects which will add real value to the Paymentshield proposition.”

Paymentshield chief executive Tim Johnson says: “Lee is joining us from Towergate after driving forward several projects within Broker Network. He brings a wealth of knowledge of the GI industry having previously worked at Commercial Union and Axa, more recently spending 4 years at the Co-operative bank looking after Intermediary Mortgage Business. His understanding of the market and the needs of brokers is second to none.”

Gladwell left Platform, the intermediary lender of the Co-operative Group, in August 2012 and had joined Towergate as a consultant by October 2012.

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  • john 14th March 2013 at 11:34 am

    “4 years at co-op bank looking after intermediary mortgage business” will have been rushed of his feet not payign proc fees, or tinkering with platform!!!

  • john 14th March 2013 at 11:34 am

    “4 years at co-op bank looking after intermediary mortgage business” will have been rushed of his feet not payign proc fees, or tinkering with platform!!!