iPipeline has appointed former Synatic Software relationship manager Stephanie Hydon as national account manager, a new position in the company.
Hydon will be responsible for managing iPipeline's key distribution and technology partnerships, working closely with these accounts to support achievement of their protection business growth targets.
She has experience in sales and relationship management for key intermediary and institutional accounts in financial services, both in the protection and investment arena.
Ian Teague, managing director at iPipeline said: "With iPipeline's growing account base and the success achieved to date with our new adviser solutions, Stephanie's knowledge and experience within the financial services marketplace will support our goal to transform the industry with the use of innovative technology solutions to help grow protection business".
Hydon added added: "Technology within the protection industry is gaining considerable attention, offering innovative solutions to the challenges posed by the protection gap within the UK.
"There is a growing a trend within the intermediated market for multi-benefit sales with an increased focus on efficiency and delivering a better experience for the end client.
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