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Permanent appoints sales and marketing director

Permanent Insurance is appointing Rod Macdonald as its sales & marketing manager.


Macdonald, who was previously with Royal Sun Alliance, will be responsible for the management of the broker sales team and developments in Permanent&#39s sales and marketing strategy.


Managing director Andrew Chapman says: &#34We increased income protection sales last year by some 21 per cent and are delighted to welcome Rod whose wealth of expertise in sales and marketing will help us to build on this success.&#34

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