Jelf Employee Benefits has undertaken a strategic reallocation of resources to meet its goal to substantially grow its healthcare division. Having performed a pivotal role at Jelf Employee Benefits’ new London office, Chris Cannon, business development manager will now join Debra Clark, and Beth Alahakoon in creating a new team to manage the requirements of this dynamic division of the business.
Debra, business development manager – retention, was previously responsible for individual healthcare policies within the employee benefits business and will now focus on client retention within the SME and small corporate market, an area where Jelf has excelled over the years. Beth, business development manager – individual, was team leader in operations and will now head up a renewed focus on increasing the consumer PMI market for Jelf, whilst Chris and his team will focus on SME acquisition.
Steve Hope will continue to develop and grow the telesales function in line with the strategy of the business.
Jamie Cleall-Harding, UK PMI healthcare director (South) said: “This formidable team will provide a real boost to the healthcare team by allowing us to confidently win new business and guarantee that those new relationships are nurtured from the very beginning. Whilst none of them are new to Jelf Employee Benefits, they haven’t worked together before and I’m confident that they will be a very beneficial addition to our business unit.”