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Trade credit insurer, Atradius, has made two senior appointments at its Cardiff headquarters and its Midlands regional hub.


Tom Danson has been appointed as head of commercial for Atradius’ Midlands Regional Hub, while Richard Reynolds has will be taking on the role of head of strategic accounts.


Danson joined the company’s London team from Aviva AXA in March 2014 as a senior sales development manager.


In his new role, Danson will be responsible for developing and retaining the Atradius portfolio in the Midlands Region.


He said: “It’s a fantastic opportunity for me to lead and develop the Atradius team in my home region. The Midlands is a fast-changing and developing part of the country and I’m looking forward to the challenges ahead.”


Formerly head of SME sales and regional manager for the Atradius Midlands region, Reynolds has been with Atradius for more than 25 years.


Based in the Cardiff headquarters, Reynolds will be responsible for the continued delivery of services to clients and building and developing strategic relationships.


He said: “The 25 years I’ve been with Atradius have given me the opportunity to work in varying roles in different areas of the UK. Each has come with its own challenges and opportunities, this new role will give me the opportunity to bring what I have learned during those 25 years to a new area of the business.”


Alun Sweeney, UK director of Atradius, said: “Both Richard and Tom have extensive knowledge and experience of the industry and the business. They are both well-placed to drive Atradius’ success from within and continue to deliver excellence and realise the company’s potential for growth and development.”



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