Financial & Legal Insurance announce Peter Lowe’s retirement

Posted by Mike on February 4, 2013

Business Development Manager, Peter Lowe, has retired after eleven years with Financial & Legal Insurance.

Peter initially joined the group in 2003 with the task of widening the customer base to assist not only our sister company MSL but also bring more panel solicitor clients on board. Peter exceeded this remit and his input has been pivotal in the growth of Financial & Legal. As well as bringing product innovation and managing new and existing client relationships, Peter was the driving force in rebranding to Financial & Legal Insurance in 2005.

Nick Garner, Managing Director at Financial & Legal Insurance commented,

"Peter has been instrumental in raising the profile of Financial & Legal Insurance and I would like to take this opportunity to thank him for his hard work over the last eleven years. Peter’s retirement comes as no shock to those who know him and we have been strengthening our team to ensure Financial & Legal Insurance are able to continue to deliver the high level of innovation and service that our clients have come to expect. We all wish Peter a long and happy retirement and hope he’ll pop by to keep us up to date with his exploits."

Peter is looking forward to having more free time for golf, fishing and going on some well-deserved holidays with maybe some consultation work to keep his grey matter in shape.

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