Charles Taylor Adjusting welcomes industry leading specialists to its national team in liability, property and marine business lines
Charles Taylor Adjusting, a leading global loss adjusting business, has today announced the key appointments of a number of industry leading specialists to its team in Australia. To add to the existing national team, Glyn Lloyd, Gary Pahl and Gary Wilmot join as executive adjusters in the Casualty, Property, and Marine businesses.
Glyn Lloyd is a specialist liability adjuster who brings over 27 years loss adjusting experience to his role as National Casualty Manager, Executive Adjuster, Charles Taylor Adjusting. In this role, Glyn will specialise in the adjustment of public and product liability claims across a variety of industry sectors including construction, manufacturing and the food and beverage industries. He is joined by Edward du Plessis, Paul Hacche, Louise Hardy, Paul Hardy, Graham Hosking, Martin Stebbings and Gabriella Stevenson.
Gary Pahl brings over 25 years’ experience to his role as National Property Manager, Executive Adjuster, Charles Taylor Adjusting. In this role, Gary will be involved in complex property matters across all sectors. He is joined by Karen Austin, Simon Chenery, Corrine Dagwell, Brett Hanlon, Paul King, Sean Kiddey, James Nelson, Rob Robinson, Dale Sweeney, Taryn Slaughter, Scott Tritton, Tulay Tuzan and Bradley Verreyne.
Gary Wilmot is a specialist marine surveyor who brings over 26 years marine surveying and loss adjusting experience to his role as Director, Marine Technical Services, Charles Taylor. In his role, Gary will specialise in the handling of cargo, and marine liability claims as well as hull and machinery and P&I matters. He is joined by Chad Cillie, Jason Hill, Belinda Ingram, Capt. Harshvardhan Kumar, Paul Stanyon and Capt. Arvinder Singh.
Mark Thompson, Managing Director – Property, Casualty, Technical and Special Risks and Regional Head – Australia and New Zealand Charles Taylor Adjusting commented, “In response to our clients’ needs, Charles Taylor Australia is strategically building its business to service complex losses across our key business lines of Natural Resources, Property, Casualty and Technical Risks, Marine and Aviation. These new appointments are a great cultural fit to our organisation. We look forward to a dynamic future with our clients.”
About Charles Taylor
Charles Taylor provides insurance services, claims solutions and technology platforms to all parties across the global insurance market. Its technical expertise, technological tools and breadth of solutions enable its clients to outperform, by addressing complexities and challenges across every stage and aspect of the insurance lifecycle and operating model.
Charles Taylor employs approximately 3,100 staff in more than 120 locations spread across 30 countries in Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. It has earned the trust of a diversified, blue-chip international customer base that includes national and international insurance companies, mutuals, captives, MGAs, Lloyd's syndicates and reinsurers, along with brokers, distributors and corporate insureds.