Premium Credit appoints new Chief Information Officer

By Jonathan Dyble
Premium Credit, a leading premium finance and insurance provider across the UK and Ireland, has announced the appointment of Duncan Gray as its new Chie...

Premium Credit, a leading premium finance and insurance provider across the UK and Ireland, has announced the appointment of Duncan Gray as its new Chief Information Officer (CIO).

Gray has been recruited to oversea Premium Credit’s digital transformation, having previously worked as the Group CIO for BCA Marketplace for five years.

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“Premium Credit, as market leader, has a long and proud tradition of introducing cutting edge technology to improve the customer journey, transforming the relationship between insurance broker and customer,” said Tom Woolgrove, CEO, Premium Credit.

“As we continue to invest, Duncan will lead the delivery of our new digital initiatives, adding to those we’ve introduced and received critical acclaim for in recent years.” 

Prior to his time at BCA, Gray held senior IT positions at both Selfridges, House of Fraser, Blockbuster Entertainment and Pizza Hut.

In his new role, Gray will also be tasked with both maintaining and improving Premium Credit’s IT services, as well as the company’s internal security and technology infrastructure.

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