Andrew Paddick, director general of the Institute of Insurance Brokers (IIB) has died suddenly. Paddick, who founded the IIB in 1987, was well liked and respected in the industry as a champion of insurance brokers having been responsible for the development of the institute and the introduction of a number of important industry initiatives.
IIB chairman Graham Gomm said: "Andrew had tremendous enthusiasm and devotion to the cause of helping insurance brokers, even those who did not agree with his views had to admire his determination to succeed....
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