Braemar Adjusting Boosts its Global Teams

Press Release
Monday, February 25, 2013
Therese Badr

Braemar Adjusting continues its development and expansion, with the recruitment of experienced loss adjusters and new young talent across the globe.
 


New staff have boosted the adjusting teams in the firm’s London, Singapore and Calgary offices as the company continues to enhance its onshore and offshore expertise.
 


Grant Smith, Braemar Adjusting Group Managing Director, said: “These latest four appointments further emphasise our focus on providing excellent client service through the expertise of our personnel. We have listened to our clients and recognize they want us to continue to recruit and develop new young talent in order to service their needs now and into the years ahead!”
 


Braemar Adjusting London:
We welcome both Giuseppe Mollica and Therese Badr as additions to the Loss Adjusting team based in London.



Having worked for Braemar Adjusting as the director of Venezuelan operations from 2007 to 2011, Giuseppe returns as a Senior Loss Adjuster in London. A Chartered Engineer and Chartered Loss Adjuster with a background in the design and implementation of power and control systems, Guiseppe has more than a decade’s experience adjusting complex energy, power and mining losses throughout the Caribbean, Central and South America. While he is experienced in all product lines, his expertise has particularly focused on adjusting complex control of well and power generation/distribution losses. Giuseppe is a certified open water diver and is fluent in English, Spanish and Italian.
 


Therese has a PhD in Mechanical and Energetic Engineering, a Research Masters Degree in Environmental Science and a Masters of Science in General Chemistry. Theresa joins us with 10 years relevant industry expertise in the sectors of environmental monitoring, power generation and exploration and production. For five years Theresa worked with leading integrated steel and mining company ArcelorMittal and became a published author on modeling and quantification of diffused dust emissions. Between 2007 and 2009, Theresa worked as project manager for General Electric Energy Products Europe (GE) where she utilized computational fluid dynamics to model and test gas turbine efficiency. Then in 2009 she worked on both onshore and offshore drilling units throughout Continental Europe, North Sea and South America with Schlumberger where she specialized in improving the existing methods of pore pressure evaluation, critical for well control. Theresa is fluent in English, French and Arabic.



Braemar Adjusting Singapore:
Anjar Ciptandini joins our Singapore-based team with a degree in Naval Architecture & Shipbuilding Engineering. Anjar has worked with FMC Technologies where his responsibilities included the installation and maintenance of subsea wellhead systems for various international operators throughout Southeast Asia. Prior to this, Anjar worked as a Project Officer for the design and development of a patrol vessel for the Indonesian Maritime Police, an operations supervisor for a marine safety company and a project manager responsible for design, engineering and procurement of various offshore vessels. We look forward to utilizing Anjar’s technical and engineering expertise in the investigation and adjustment of upstream construction and operational losses throughout the region. Anjar is fluent in both English and Bahasa Indonesia.
 


Braemar Adjusting Calgary:
Connor graduated Magna Cum Laude from Florida State University in spring of 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Multinational Business and a minor in Spanish. Since graduating Connor has worked as a technical assistant for one of North America’s leading Environmental Consulting companies, assisting in the formulation of Environmental Studies and Impact Assessments for major energy projects in Western Canada.  Connor has his level one Adjuster’s licence in the province of Alberta and holds citizenship for both Canada and the USA. A commissioned music composer in his spare time Connor is fluent in both English and Spanish.

 

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