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Pepper Money and InterBay make sales team appointments

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  • 05/11/2018
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Pepper Money and InterBay make sales team appointments
Pepper Money has appointed Phil Quinn as national account manager, while InterBay Commercial has hired Matthew Taylor as senior business development manager to cover the Midlands area.

 

 

 

Quinn promotion

Formerly a regional development manager for Greater London at Pepper Money, Quinn has previously held roles at Scottish Widows and Halifax.

He will work with Pepper Money’s key distribution partners, including networks, clubs and specialist distributors, to help more brokers find a home for their interesting cases.

Clare Jarvis, acting sales director and head of national accounts at Pepper Money, said Quinn has made a real impact since he joined Pepper Money last year.

He added: “His experience in selling our proposition to many large multi-adviser firms, combined with his wide industry knowledge, will be invaluable in assisting me in growing our market share with our networks, clubs and specialist distributors.”

 

Taylor joins Interbay

Meanwhile, Matthew Taylor (pictured) said that he is looking forward to building long lasting relationships and making his contribution to InterBay’s continued success.

Darrell Walker, head of sales at InterBay Commercial, said: “We are committed to growing our business and ensuring that we continue to bring value to our brokers no matter where they are located.  Matthew’s appointment is helping us to enhance our presence and strengthen relationships within the Midlands broker market.

He added: “We are particularly keen to utilise his wider financial services experience and strong knowledge and understanding of the midlands broker market and I’m confident his drive and people centred approach will be an asset.”

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