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Alphabet appoints head of affinity partnerships

Oliver Stephenson

Alphabet has appointed Oliver Stevenson as head of affinity partnerships.

Stevenson previously held positions in customer services and corporate sales before becoming intermediary manager in 2013. 

The Affinity Partnerships channel, previously known as intermediaries, wholesale funding and rental sales comprises a team of three managers who provide funding solutions to fleet management, accident management and daily rental companies. 

Stevenson said: “I am extremely excited to have been appointed head of such a diverse business channel. Our partner of choice ethos is fundamental to the success of the Affinity Partnerships team and this allows us to work with some of the best fleet providers in the industry. I look forward to developing our existing partnerships further and welcoming new customers as we continue to grow.” 

Mark Gallimore, general sales manager at Alphabet added: “As an already valuable member of Alphabet, with three years’ experience as Intermediary Manager, Oliver is the perfect fit for this role. His extensive knowledge of the market means that he understands how to proactively support and guide our intermediary, agency and wholesale funding customers. Oliver will play a vital role in the further development of the channel and I’m delighted to be working directly alongside him”.

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