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Pepper Money promotes Jarvis to head of intermediary distribution

Pepper Money have announced the promotion of Clare Jarvis to head of intermediary distribution, where she will be responsible for national accounts, telephony sales, sales support and a team of regional development managers.

Jarvis has over 20 years’ experience in financial services, having previously worked as an underwriter, broker and packager, as well as senior sales roles at Santander, New Street and Accord.

Jarvis says: “This is a very exciting role, I am looking forward to working more closely with our distribution partners and driving Pepper’s strategy through our sales team.”

Pepper Money chief commercial officer Bob Golden says: “Clare has been instrumental, and I wish her every success in her new role as we continue our growth ambitions into 2019.”

This comes after Pepper Money hired Paul Adams as its new sales director earlier this month, who Jarvis is set to work closely with.


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