Mark Graves to leave Pink

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Pink Network has announced that Mark Graves will be leaving his role as director of Pink network after an agreed handover period.

Mark Graves joined Pink on a twelve month secondment four years ago, with the brief of revamping the sales operation after LSL Property Services plc bought the network from Skipton Building Society.

This was later extended into a wider role as part of a three year strategic development plan for the network. 

Jon Round, LSL's Group Financial Services Director says, "Following the acquisition of Pink in 2010, LSL had a clear vision of how we could help firms and advisers in the network realise their potential in a recovering market. During this period Pink has grown from strength to strength, regularly breaking performance records and winning numerous industry awards.'

"Now that the business is in such a strong position, Mark has indicated that he wishes to seek out a new opportunity and I wish him well in whatever venture he takes on next."

Earlier this year, Pink confirmed that its advisers would discuss income protection with every client. 

Graves said, "I am extremely proud of what we have achieved during the last four years and would like to thank the staff and advisers for the commitment and support they have given me during this time.

"I leave on a high and the fact our advisers have just raised over £8,000 to support two families on the Seven Families initiative shows what can be achieved when you build a collective team spirit from a group of individuals."

Further reading 

Pink compels advisers to confirm own IP provision

Pink advisers to discuss IP with clients at every mortgage meeting

 

 

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