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Wesleyan Assurance Society Wesleyan Assurance Society has appointed Rosalyn Burch as its new mar...

Wesleyan Assurance Society

Wesleyan Assurance Society has appointed Rosalyn Burch as its new marketing communications manager.

Wesleyan provides personal financial advice on investments, pensions, savings, protection and mortgages through its tied sales force. Burch joins Wesleyan from direct marketing agency, Proximity London, where she was an account director.

Jo Cardwell, head of marketing at Wesleyan, said: ‘I am pleased to announce Ros’s appointment and that we have attracted a marketing professional of such calibre. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our marketing team.’


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