The UK’s largest provider of insurance for lost and stolen keys has promoted three of its 35-strong team to the roles of associate director.
Matthew Lindsay, Gaynor Owens and Christine Smith have been jointly employed by Keycare, the second generation family business for two decades in positions spanning sales, new business development and operations.
Integral to the company’s strategic succession plan, the newly created associate director position acknowledges achievement and anticipates the vital contribution the trio will play in the development of the business.
They also follow the appointment of three senior board appointments aligned with the company’s planned strategic growth.
Keycare chief executive David Robertson said:
“These posts reinforce our commitment to strong corporate governance, giving us a robust base to ensure Keycare goes from strength to strength.
“Matthew, Gaynor and Christine will be instrumental in helping to take the business to the next level and we congratulate them on their well-deserved promotions.”
“It’s very exciting to have the opportunity to play a formative role in Keycare’s vision, strategy and succession planning as the company continues to go from strength to strength.
“It’s a very interesting time for Keycare as we consistently deliver high levels of customer satisfaction, retain and further grow our existing policy base – and expand our expertise and knowledge into other sectors.”
Keycare’s commitment to developing, recognising and rewarding employees’ contributions is reflected in its Values in Action reward scheme.
Introduced in 2004, it entails team members nominating each other for positive behaviours and/or outstanding work.
Fifty per cent of Keycare employees have been with the company for at least four years.