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RSA’s Commercial Risks Solutions business promotes Lee Mooney to UK Regions Director
Lee Mooney has stepped up to become UK Regions Director for RSA’s Commercial Risks Solutions (CRS) business after successfully overseeing the company’s CRS Regions North business.
Rob Gibbs, Managing Director, Commercial Risk Solutions, UK & International Region, said:
“I am delighted to welcome Lee to this new role. Lee’s drive, enthusiasm and knowledge of the regional Broker market have been key to the improvements we’re making in CRS and I’m confident that his expertise and insights will be invaluable to driving our business forward in the foreseeable future.”
As part of Lee’s initial plans for RSA’s CRS Regional business, he has appointed Steve Salter as Regional Manager, London and East Anglia.
Reporting to Lee, Steve was previously Head of Trading and Proposition Development at Absolute Insurance brokers (Croydon) and brings significant experience across a wide range of roles in the London market, having spent the majority of his career at Zurich Insurance Group, from underwriting, operations, major customer and corporate and trading management.
Lee Mooney said: “Steve is a great addition to our Regions leadership team and his rounded business experience, with people and customers at its core, will help to shape our commercial strategy and success in the future.”
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