Engage Mutual appoints health director

in Business/Harrogate

Engage Mutual in has appointed Kate McIntyre to the position of health director.

Kate will be responsible for running the Yorkshire mutual’s health business and tasked with growing its share of the health . She also becomes a member of the organisation’s executive committee.

 

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Kate cut her teeth as an auditor at Price Waterhouse Coopers before going on to hold senior positions at a number of high-profile organisations including First Direct, HBOS and AXA PPP healthcare.

She joins from her current role as group finance director at marketing and consulting business, We are 2020.

Speaking of her appointment, Kate McIntyre said:

This is an exciting time for Engage Mutual and I look forward to making my contribution and helping shape its long-term success.

The mutual sector is thriving, which presents a great opportunity to drive growth and help ensure the organisation is right at the forefront.

 

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Acting chief executive Peter Burrows added:

I am delighted to welcome Kate to Engage Mutual. Her appointment underpins our significant ambitions in the health market.

Kate lives in and holds a degree in Russian and German from the University of . She is a keen runner and will be participating in this year’s Manchester and Berlin marathons.

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