Lifestyle Services Group has appointed former Combined Insurance chief, Chris Harrison, as its new CEO.
At Combined Insurance, part of the Ace Group, Mr Harrison was responsible for developing a new business model and distribution strategies across the region.
In his new role, he will take full accountability for the creation and execution of Lifestyle Services Group’s strategy.
Lifestyle Services Group is the biggest single provider of packaged account products and services to the retail banking sector and manages the largest active mobile phone insurance base in the UK.
Tim Whiting, group chief executive officer of parent company 4u Group, said: “I believe this is the time to invest further in the business and I am delighted to welcome Chris Harrison to Lifestyle Services Group.
“He brings with him an excellent track record of delivery and a huge amount of experience in operating within the regulated insurance market.”
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