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RSA subsidiary More Th>n names new managing director

RSA subsidiary More Th>n names new managing director

RSA subsidiary More Th>n names new managing director RSA executive Rob Flynn has been appointed as the new managing director of insurer More Tha>n, a subsidiary of the insurance giant.
 
Flynn, who has worked for RSA since 2009, will start in his new role on August 1. He will report to David Coughlan, RSA’s UK personal lines managing director.
 
“His strong track record throughout his time at RSA will be invaluable as he helps lead the MORE TH>N business to even greater success,” Coughlan said of Flynn.
 
Flynn said he looks forward to working with the team at MORE TH>N, which he described as “one of the UK’s most innovative and forward thinking insurance brands.”
 
"I am really excited to take on this new role and help develop our MORE TH>N business,” he said.
 
In his seven years at RSA, Flynn has held various executive roles, including intermediated retail, national broker and marketing director, affinity pet director, head of IS and change, and group programme management officer.
 
Before joining RSA, Flynn served as FS advisory manager at KPMG and as projects and change senior manager at Nationwide Building Society.
 
At More Tha>n, Flynn will replace Phil Wilson Brown, who has decided to return to his native Australia and join IAG.
 
“Phil will be leaving MORE TH>N in great shape with a clear strategy, strong brand, solid financial performance and real traction around the transformational activities we are undertaking,” RSA’s Coughlan said.
 

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1 Comments
  • Daisy Pusher? 17/06/2016 13:11:09
    Wow! This is the second article that uses the term "veteran" in the headliner. I'm resigned to being "experienced" after almost 40 years (I started young) in our great world of insurance, but am I now to be resigned to being a veteran? Better check the annuity rates again!!
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