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Mark Graves leaves The Right Mortgage & Protection Network after 1 month

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Mark Graves has left The Right Mortgage & Protection Network for Sesame just one month after joining as joint managing director.

Graves, who left Pink in June after three and a half years running the network, joins Sesame as sales director and will report directly to executive chairman John Cowan.

Cowan says: “Mark has built a strong and successful track record based on his close working relationship with adviser firms. It was clear from our first meeting that he is the ideal person with the right credentials to further strengthen our experienced executive team. We are thrilled that Mark has agreed to join us and help to quickly put our plans into action.

“Following the completion of our strategic review we are now focused on the future. This appointment is a further signal to our members, clients and staff, along with the wider market, that we are absolutely committed to driving our business forward as we embark on a new phase of growth and development.”

Graves adds: “SBG is a rejuvenated business with a strong adviser base and a positive vision for the future. I have been impressed by the group’s strong team ethos and its commitment to work closely with advisers on a range of valuable new initiatives.”

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  • Joe Bloggs 15th December 2015 at 12:34 pm

    John Lacy
    Well Mr Graves needs to move regularly as the companies he works for have a limited life span if he stays too long

    Couldn’t put it better myself.

  • John Lacy 2nd December 2015 at 6:09 pm

    Well Mr Graves needs to move regularly as the companies he works for have a limited life span if he stays too long