Richard Howells appointed managing director of Sesame

Formerly of Experian and Zurich

Julian Marr
clock
“Sesame Bankhall Group is investing heavily in the future of professional advice and there are exciting times ahead for its members" - Sesame's Richard Howells
Image:

“Sesame Bankhall Group is investing heavily in the future of professional advice and there are exciting times ahead for its members" - Sesame's Richard Howells

He takes on the role and joins executive team at the beginning of April

Sesame Bankhall Group has further strengthened its senior team with the appointment of Richard Howells as managing director of Sesame Network. Howells, who will join Sesame Bankhall Group's executive team and report into group managing director Martin Schultheiss (pictured), will take up his new role at the beginning of April. Most recently director of insurance wealth life & pensions at Experian, Howells previously spent seven years at Zurich Financial Services as UK intermediary sales director...

To continue reading this article...

Join Cover

  • Unlimited access to real-time news, key trend analysis and industry insights.
  • Stay on top of the latest developments around Covid-19, regulation, diversity and mental health.
  • Receive breaking news stories straight to your inbox in the daily newsletter.
  • Members only access to monthly programme 'The COVER Review'
  • Be the first to hear about our CPD accredited events and awards programmes.

Join now

 

Already a Cover member?

Login

More on Technology

Advisers reveal preference for continued virtual meetings

Advisers reveal preference for continued virtual meetings

According to CIExpert research

Hemma Visavadia
clock 19 May 2022 • 2 min read
How protection-writing intermediaries can navigate the cost-of-living crisis

How protection-writing intermediaries can navigate the cost-of-living crisis

“Communication is key”

Mike Pritchard
clock 18 May 2022 • 3 min read
James Turnbull: Adoption of insurtech is not 'all or nothing'

James Turnbull: Adoption of insurtech is not 'all or nothing'

"It’s more important than ever that the industry catches up"

James Turnbull
clock 17 May 2022 • 4 min read