We’re pleased to announce that Steve Munday has joined the Cambridge office as Account Executive, and that Lucy Frost is taking a new opportunity to develop the Group’s partnerships and brand.
An ideal next step
Steve started his career with Minet Insurance Brokers in Zimbabwe, before moving to the UK in 1996, becoming an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute in 1998. He has worked in both the regional insurance market, with the Beckett Group and Towergate, as well as in the London market with Alexander Forbes and Willis. It was our culture and commitment to customer service that encourage him to join the Group.
“S-Tech and the Alan Boswell Group have always had a great reputation for client service, based on a set of core values and a culture that is both friendly and professional. These are all aspects that I identify with so this is an ideal next step.”
Making new connections
Lucy has worked at S-Tech for 19 years and is moving her focus from her previous role as Claims Manager into a new position in Partnership Development. Supporting existing partners and networks, Lucy will also be looking to make new connections, particularly in the Technology and Life Science Industries.
“One of the best parts of my claims job was always the people I got to work with and finding out what makes a business tick. In my new role, I’m looking forward to using my insurance knowledge and passion for progress to support new and existing partnerships in our wider community.”
Managing Director, Shaun Walker, comments:
“Steve brings a critical eye to our existing business and a focus on growing his commercial clients. He has been made most welcome and we look forward to his contribution to the commercial team.
Many people will know Lucy from leading the Cambridge claims team and being involved with other projects, such as the Charitable Trust. We are delighted that her new role will be in partnership development, where she will work with both existing and new networks, introducers and professional sources to enhance our relationship with them, their members and connections.”