Mark Myers joins Direct Life as Non-Exec Director

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Mark Myers, British Friendly's outgoing CEO, has joined Direct Life as a non-exec director.

Myers stepped down as the CEO of British Friendly in September 2016 and was succeeded by Iain Clark. The appointment follows Direct Life's management buy-out in October 2016 by MD Rob Quayle and Sales and Marketing Director Neil McCarthy. Direct Life said Myer's appointment is part of its commitment to become the UK's "foremost" whole of market protection portal supported by a fully outsourced case management service for advisers. Rob Quayle, managing director of Direct Life, said: "Having...

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