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Charles Taylor Adjusting announces opening of new Belgium office to expand P&C presence in Europe

Charles Taylor Adjusting announces opening of new Belgium office to expand P&C presence in Europe

18 February 2019

Charles Taylor Adjusting (CTA) a leading international loss adjusting business focused on commercial claims, has opened a new office in Belgium with an immediate focus on further developing its property and casualty offering in Europe. This builds upon their solid growth in the P&C arena and particularly in specialist disciplines such as construction & engineering, Professional indemnity, cyber and major loss.

The new Directors, Ludwig Pauwels and Yves Thaens join the team reporting into Andy Rice, Managing Director, Property, Casualty, Technical & Special Risks for the UK, Europe and Singapore. They bring over 20 years of industry experience and regional knowledge in complex and commercial claims.

Andy Rice, Managing Director, Property, Casualty, Technical & Special Risks, CTA said:

“Expansion into Belgium further enhances CTA’s presence in Europe, with existing offices in France, Greece and Italy. Local presence is very important to develop closer relationships with our existing and new clients, many of whom will be working closely with our colleagues around the world. We’re very pleased to welcome Ludwig and Yves to the team.”

CTA is part of Charles Taylor’s Claims Services business which provides loss adjusting, end-to-end claims programme management and technical services that combine superior expertise, process efficiency and technological solutions to optimise outcomes for our clients.  Charles Taylor Claims Services has significant size and reach, generating forecast revenues of £130-140m in 2018 with the ability to deploy around 2,000 claims specialists based in over 100 locations in 30 countries.