Chris Morter joins Temple Legal Protection as Underwriting Manager

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1 March 2017

Chris Morter

Chris Morter, Underwriting Manager, Temple Legal Protection

Specialist legal expenses insurer, Temple Legal Protection is delighted to announce the appointment of Chris Morter. Chris joins the company as Underwriting Manager and will be based at Temple’s office in central Bristol.

Chris joins Temple from DAS Legal Expenses, where he held a number of roles including Underwriting Team Leader and Senior Underwriter. Chris holds Chartered Insurer status and is currently the vice-president of the Insurance Institute of Bristol as well as the CII regional representative for the South West & Wales.

Commenting on his appointment, Chris said: “I look forward to helping Temple to continue developing market leading products. The legal expenses industry needs to drive product innovation in order to meet the increasingly varied demands of customers.”

“We are delighted to welcome Chris to the growing team in Bristol” said Temple’s Managing Director Chris Wait. “Chris’ appointment is testament to our commitment to introducing and supporting market leading products with skilled and experienced personnel.”

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