Engage Mutual has finalised its One Fund sales team to underpin its health offering.
Headed by David Castling, Commercial Sales Manager at Engage Mutual, the seven- strong group are responsible for the delivery of the One Fund to corporate clients both direct and via intermediaries across the UK.
The team has seen considerable expansion with the addition of Johanna Chin-Que, Paul Oswick, Ian Prime and May Stone who are responsible for UK intermediary and direct sales in the north, south east, midlands and south west respectively.
The new recruits will work alongside David Castling and existing national account managers Duncan Hardie, Lisa Partington and David Pooles, focusing on the promotion of the One Fund which was taken on by Engage Mutual in 2011.
The quartet boast considerable experience in the healthcare and cash plan market, Johanna Chin-Que comes to Engage Mutual having spent 17 years in field sales for Mid-Counties Co-Operative and Combined Benefit Service of America. Paul Oswick has over 10 years experience in the healthcare market working as a broker and broker-consultant for the likes of Axa PPP, CE Heath and CS Healthcare.
Ian Prime has spent over 11 Years working in the cash plan sector having previously worked for Simply Health, WPA, and DPAS. Final team member,
May Stone has previously worked for Aviva, The Health Insurance Group and most recently at Insured Ltd as a senior consultant conducting PMI Sales.
Speaking of the additions, Engage Mutual’s Commercial Sales Manager, David Castling said:
“I would like to welcome the new recruits to Engage Mutual, each brings with them a wealth of knowledge and experience in the health market which will be invaluable.
“Their arrival further highlights Engage Mutual’s commitment to expanding into the health market and I am sure they will help us achieve this.”
One Fund offers employers an affordable and simple healthcare cash plan which can be tailored to specific employee needs. The unique plan provides a single pot of money which can be used to cover a range of everyday medical costs.