Temple Legal Protection appoints new Business Development Manager Richard Steel

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24 April 2018


Richard Steel

Richard Steel, new Business Development Manager for Temple Legal Protection

Temple Legal Protection is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Steel as Business Development Manager.

With 30 years of corporate business development experience, Richard brings a wealth of expertise and the highest levels of client service to the team.

For the last 10 years he has worked specifically within the legal insurance sector dealing with full lifecycle ATE provision for commercial, personal injury and clinical negligence litigation as well as legal insurance products for Solicitors Professional Indemnity. This experience provides him with a comprehensive understanding of law firms and their unique requirements.

Richard’s focus will be to continue to grow the exposure of the company within a market that demands close partnerships. He will strengthen new client relationships in order to truly understand their needs and develop the portfolio of services Temple Legal Protection provides to meet the demands of a rapidly changing market.

After accepting the post, Richard said:

“Temple Legal Protection is a recognised market leader for ATE and BTE insurance, reflected through the new partnership with Royal & Sun Alliance. Combined with their additional funding products, they offer complete solutions for risk management and finance of litigation.  I’m delighted to be able to use my skills to grow the brand and meet the challenges of the constantly evolving legal sector.”

To find out how we can help to support and develop your practice, please contact Richard on 07739 355123 or email Richard.steel@temple-legal.co.uk



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