SSP appoints Clinton Brown as New Business Sales Manager for Africa

20 February 2013 SSP
Clinton Brown

Clinton Brown

Rhys Collins, SSP?s Head of African Operations

Rhys Collins, SSP?s Head of African Operations

SSP, a leading global provider of general insurance technology solutions, today announced the appointment of Clinton Brown as New Business Sales Manager for Africa. Brown will be responsible for expanding the company’s market presence across Africa and ac

Prior to this promotion, Brown was the Africa sales consultant for SSP, supporting customers looking to set themselves apart by modernising their core systems and helping them overcome their operational constraints.

Brown, who joined SSP 2 years ago, has 23 years’ experience in the financial services industry. Prior to his time at SSP Clinton worked for Aon Consulting, Sanlam, his own brokerage, Moss Morris Management Consulting and Sasfin.

Rhys Collins, SSP’s Head of African Operations says, “Clinton brings a wealth of experience to the New Business Sales Manager role. His knowledge of SSP’s solutions combined with over 20 years industry experience is a real benefit for both SSP and our customers and will help drive SSP forward. Clinton will work side-by-side with the SSP implementation and support teams to ensure our customers receive maximum business benefit from their partnership with SSP.”

Brown comments, “I am delighted to be taking on this new role and look forward to working with our prospects and customers. Over the last few years we’ve seen insurance companies and UMAs of all sizes investing in new technology to address their challenges. With markets across Africa continuing to change as regulatory frameworks are overhauled and consumers adopt mobile technologies I am confident this trend will continue enabling SSP to expand its footprint even further in Africa.”

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