InterGlobal appoints Paul Weigall as Head of Sales

21 May 2009 InterGlobal

InterGlobal, the international private medical insurer has appointed Paul Weigall as Head of Sales. Paul will lead InterGlobal’s international sales team and will be responsible for developing sales and further building distribution on a global basis.

Paul previously worked for Bupa International where he had a senior role in international business development and global partnerships. Prior to this he was a manager in Bupa’s domestic hospital and consultant contracting operation. In his earlier career, Paul built a strong track record in sales and sales management at Lex Vehicle Leasing and Lombard North Central.

Paul will work closely with InterGlobal’s regional sales managers in South East Asia, the Middle East, Africa and UK to further develop distribution through intermediaries and direct sales and to seek new sales partnerships for the company.

InterGlobal has also promoted Edward Daniels to coordinate the company’s sales activity across the UK, Rest of World and Africa. He was previously InterGlobal’s business development manager in the African region.

Paul Weigall, Head of Sales, InterGlobal says:

“I am delighted to be joining InterGlobal at such an exciting point in its development. It has delivered fast growth in recent years and has built an excellent reputation for service, flexibility and efficient claims management. InterGlobal has developed an extremely strong international platform and is well positioned to build on its success in established markets and to win a significant market share in developing regions. I am looking forward to leading the sales team and to building new international partnerships for the company.”

Stephen Hartigan, CEO, InterGlobal, says:

“Paul brings an outstanding track record in business development and sales to InterGlobal and I am very pleased to welcome him to the company. His experience of developing new distribution channels in the expatriate marketplace will be invaluable as we continue our growth and development plans.”

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