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Personal Touch&#39s Allison promoted to md

Non-regulated network Personal Touch Insurance has announced the promotion of strategic development director Mike Allison to managing director.

He replaces Martin Wilson, who is to take up the role of chief executive.

Allison had been in his previous post since April, 2002 where Private Touch says he has been responsible for the growth of the company which has seen its turnover double over each of the last four years.

He says: “Personal Touch insurance is a dynamic company with a clear business expansion strategy. In my new role, I will be aiming to take the company forward in offering an ever wide range of services, products and support for intermediaries as they face up to the new challenges of regulation in 2004.”

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