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New faces for Wesleyan marketing team

Wesleyan Assurance Society has made two new appointments to expand its marketing department.

Michael Ennion joins as product strategy and development manager and Michelle Mahiques becomes the company&#39s product manager for pension savings and investments.

Ennion will report to head of marketing Jo Cardwell. He will be responsible for developing the brand across the full product range for Wesleyan and its Medical Sickness brand, the specialist adviser arm for the medical and dental professions. He previously worked for friendly society Homeowners.

Mahiques joins from Axa, where she was a marketing executive and worked on development initiative for the companies sales adviser network. She will report to Ennion.

Cardwell says: “I am delighted to welcome Michael and Michelle to our marketing team. They bring valuable experience and will be great assets. Wesleyan&#39s strong performance means that we are in the fortuitous position of being able to expand our marketing function and thus increase our competitive advantages.”


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