Restructure and recruitment in ARAG’s ATE sales team

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7 December 2012


Mike Knight

The after-the-event (ATE) business development team at ARAG has seen some positive changes recently with the promotion of Mike Knight to ATE sales manager and addition of Brett Storey to the sales team.

Mike joined ARAG with the acquisition of ATE Ltd in 2009. Having made an impact growing and establishing the ATE portfolio in the north of England, his well-deserved promotion sees him head up the ATE business development team. As well as continuing to manage key accounts, he is responsible for managing the sales team and ensuring the future growth of ARAG’s ATE business.

Brett Storey

Most recently working for Bluefin, Brett has over 20 years’ experience in the insurance arena as well as spending several years working in a solicitors’ firm, giving him a unique understanding of the market. Brett is ideally placed to take on the new business development role in the north-east and is charged with developing ATE business to drive growth and further build relationships with existing clients.

 



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