Stride breaks into commercial market

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Stride expanded into the commercial insurance market with the immediate appointment of Sally McIntosh to head up a new dedicated commercial insurance unit.

Bringing over 25 years experience to the role of commercial account manager, Ms McIntosh has covered everything from motor traders to contractors and specialist risks. She has worked extensively across the southern region at brokers such as Perkins Slade.

Managing director Richard Lovegrove said: "I am very excited by Sally McIntosh joining Stride today as we have been tracking her reputation for some time. Sally brings unrivalled experience in her field and is the ideal person to head up our growth into commercial insurance."

Commercial manager Claire Wilson added: "With Stride now established as one of the leading property insurance brokers in the south, I am looking forward to working with Sally to develop our commercial insurance offering.

"With Sally's expertise and Stride's access to a wide range of exclusive and competitive schemes, we can now provide a complete range of insurance services to businesses in the southern region and beyond."

Ms McIntosh said: "I know that many businesses still prefer to work on a face to face basis and I am happy to meet business owners and managers at their workplace to assess their risks at first hand. Stride has a number of competitive schemes and I'm looking forward to sitting down with decision makers to discuss how Stride can meet their commercial insurance requirements at the right price." 

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