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L&G appoints Brown as intermediary insurance head

Legal & General has appointed Craig Brown as director of its intermediary insurance division.

Brown (pictured) replaces Steve Bryan.

He will be responsible for leading Legal & General’s broker distribution for protection and general insurance.

Formerly Brown was key account director.

Legal & General Insurance managing director Mark Holweger says: “Over the past five years, Craig has more than shown a commitment to intermediaries and a breadth of knowledge in the protection and GI markets.”

Brown says: “I look forward to developing these existing and new relationships in this new role as Legal & General does its part to help close the insurance gap.”



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