DAS grows its broker sales team

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25 February 2014


Kelly Macha, Broker Account Manager, DAS UK Group

Leading legal expenses insurer, DAS, has appointed Kelly Macha as Broker Account Manager. The role will see her developing business relationships with brokers in South Wales, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire.

Kelly’s seven year career at DAS began in the Assistance Services Unit before she moved into Corporate Sales as an Account Technician.  In April 2012, Kelly secured promotion to Corporate Account Executive, being responsible for managing relationships with key corporate business partners.

Darren Weekes, Broker Sales Manager, DAS UK Group; “2013 was a significant year for DAS and the legal expenses market with the introduction of LASPO and the numerous Government reviews.  Kelly’s appointment is part of a strategic move to grow our sales team so we can further engage with brokers. As well as developing sales opportunities, we are able to offer them our extensive experience in the market and understanding of the legislative changes that affect them and their clients.”



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