Helm Godfrey appoints senior business development manager
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Leading employee benefits adviser Helm Godfrey has strengthened its team with the appointment of Mark Miller as Business Development Manager.
The appointment of Mark Miller, formerly Vice President of Business Development at Barclays Bank, is an important step in the company’s strategy for growth in order to bring the range of services offered to a wider corporate audience.
Mark Miller has more than 30 years of experience in the employee benefits sector, beginning his career at Sun Life Assurance and subsequently working for a number of major companies, including SBJ & Associates, Alexander Forbes, Towry Law, Heath Lambert and Barclay’s Corporate and Employer Solutions. As a business development manager for Helm Godfrey’s Employee Benefits practice, Miller will increase the footprint of Helm Godfrey’s employee benefits services. He will identify opportunities to improve employee benefits programmes and help companies better manage costs optimising their return on investment in human capital. Miller will collaborate with business leaders to craft tailored solutions that advance clients’ business goals.
Philip Thrush, Head of Employee Benefits for Helm Godfrey, said:
“Mark’s appointment demonstrates our commitment to being one of the leading names in the employee benefits sector and it reflects the ambition of the firm to expand its services to meet the increasing need for corporate clients to bring value to the business and employees.”
“We are delighted that Mark has joined Helm Godfrey and know that his contributions to the firm’s intellectual capital will serve us, and our clients, extremely well. Mark’s passion for service excellence and client advocacy makes him a terrific fit for our firm. I know his impact on our organisation will be felt immediately.”
Mark Miller, Business Development Manager for Helm Godfrey, said:
“I am delighted to be joining a well established and forward thinking business. Helm Godfrey has a great infrastructure to build on and is extremely well placed to continue to provide innovative workplace benefit solutions, including the increasing and important need for individual advice and guidance to employees.”