Will Clark has been appointed as Regional Director of the UK & Ireland, NAFTA and Australasia at global credit insurance company, Atradius. Clark has been with Atradius for five years and was previously Risk Services Director for NAFTA and USA. He is now based at Atradius’ UK headquarters in Cardiff and his role includes overseeing the commercial activities of Atradius in the UK and Ireland, NAFTA and Australasia. Speaking about his new position, Clark said: “With the recent announcement of Atradius’ new strategy for the future, this is one of the most exciting and challenging times for the company, and I am delighted to be part of it. We have set ourselves tough targets for the next couple of years, but I am confident that we will be able to achieve, if not surpass, them.”
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