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H&H Insurance Brokers appoints associate director

H&H Insurance Brokers appoints associate director

H&H Insurance Brokers appoints associate director Brokerage firm H&H Insurance Brokers has promoted one of its seasoned executives into the role of associate director.
 
In his new role, Ryan Roberts will be responsible for driving and retaining new business while managing company performance and sourcing new market opportunities.
 
Roberts will also support the company’s future development, focusing on its expansion and innovation plans.
 
“In my new role as associate director, my aim is to work with our team of professional advisers to further develop business across the North of England and Scotland,” he said.
 
Roberts joined the rural and commercial broker in 2007 and worked his way up the company. Before his latest appointment, he worked as the firm’s associate sales director, senior area development manager and account executive.
 
Roberts said that his greatest career achievement was establishing the firm’s North Wales division.
 
H&H Insurance Brokers operations director Paul Graham called Roberts a “real asset” to the company who “has gone from strength to strength.”
 
“Ryan will be instrumental in expanding our client base and we are looking forward to him taking on the challenges of this management position within the company,” Graham said.
 
Established in 1987, H&H Insurance Brokers has become one of the leading intermediary firms in the UK, serving customers primarily in the North of England and Scotland.
 
The company caters to farmers and rural businesses with a portfolio of farm, agricultural contractor, equine insurance and other businesses. The commercial insurance arm covers tradesmen, contractors and residential property owners, among others.
 
 
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