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MetLife plans move into Jersey

MetLife has appointed Paul Frankland as sales development manager as part of its plans to expand its product range into Jersey.

Frankland joins MetLife from Aviva and has worked in Jersey for the past 17 years in financial services.

His role will be focused on business development and relationship management, involving key IFAs and banks in Jersey.

MetLife Europe chief executive officer Don Gallagher says: “Expanding into Jersey is a logical step for MetLife following the success of our guaranteed products on the UK mainland and Paul will play a key role in our ongoing expansion.”

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