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Royal & SunAlliance rehires former top salesman

Royal & Sun Alliance International Financial Services has recruited its former top salesman as regional sales manager for the central London region.


Mark Hurley was an executive broker consultant with Royal & Sun Alliance before becoming account manager at Canada Life.


He was Royal & Sun Alliance&#39s top salesman in 1992 and 1993.


RSAIFS is also relocating taxation and trusts expert Chris Tagg. He is to move to southern England from the Isle of Man head office.

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