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Snowball to leave Suncorp

Charlie Thomas 14 April 2015

Suncorp group CEO Patrick Snowball has decided to step down after six years, the firm announced today (14 April).

Snowball will leave in October 2015, after which he will return to the UK. Our TV screens are overwhelmed by solicitors imploring us to claim for each and every mishap, it seems that there is no such thing as an accident in this modern age. Somebody can be blamed and they must be made to pay!. Bearing this in mind, it would surely be an extremely brave (or maybe foolish) owner of any business, be it big or small who made the decision that public liability insurance wasn't necessary. Click the link to get an answer to any questions that you might have on price comparison public liability insurance.He will be replaced by Michael Cameron, who is currently CEO and managing director of property group GPT, and has also served as a non-executive director of Suncorp since 2012.

Chairman Ziggy Switkowski praised Snowball for steering the company through a "major transformation" that had simplified operations,...

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Quindell hires new FD as search for CEO continues

Dan Ascher 14 April 2015

Insurance services firm Quindell has hired Mark Williams to take on the role of group finance director following the sale of its professional services division to Slater and Gordon.

Williams worked as part of the consultancy team that advised on the sale of the services arm, which generated a significant portion of the company's profits.

He replaces Laurence Moorse, who will step down after the deal completes, although Quindell said that the executive would remain on hand to ensure an...

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Landlord Investment Show is heading Reading!

Next Wednesday 22nd April 2015

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Caversham Bridge, Richfield Ave, Reading, RG1 8BD.

FREE ENTRY - FREE PARKING - FREE TEA/COFFEE

10am - 4PM

Connecting Landlords/Investors and Property Professionals

Whether you are a seasoned Landlord, Investor or are new to buy- to -let this one day event will help you with all aspect of Property Investment and will provide information from local and national experts which will help you succeed in Property and in addition will keep you up to date with latest legislation.

The Landlord Investment Show is a Property roadshow which takes its event to buy-to-let hot spot areas throughout the UK, the Reading event will be the company's 21st event to date.

Tracey Hanbury Exhibition Director adds, we are delighted to be bringing the show to Reading as it's a great area to invest in and has been flagged as a buy to let hot spot area!

With the buy-to-let market on the rise, Landlords are again increasing their portfolios and with good deals available from lenders we are also seeing an increase of new investors into the buy-to-let market.

What are the benefits of attending this show?

This comprehensive property exhibition provides an excellent unique service for Landlords/Investors, Prospective Landlords, Management Companies, Letting Agents, Developers and Property Service Providers.

Over 40+ exhibitors will be on hand to help from all areas of the Private rented sector to help you grow and retain your portfolios including:

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