Braemar Adjusting Opens New Dubai Office

Press Release
Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Braemar Adjusting has underlined its commitment to the Middle Eastern onshore and offshore Energy Insurance Market by opening a dedicated loss adjusting operation, based in Dubai.


With effect from 1 April 2013, Chris Eades, Regional Director for the Middle East, and Senior Adjuster Sam Foster, will start working from the Dubai World Trade Center Building offices of sister company Braemar Salvage Association, before moving into their own Braemar Adjusting offices later in the year.


Welcoming the development, Grant Smith, Group Managing Director of Braemar Adjusting, said: “Within Braemar we place a huge emphasis on client service and the expertise of our personnel. In our discussions with Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) insurance markets we were continually reminded of the importance of providing quality individuals with experience in both the Onshore and Offshore sectors. Committing a team of Chris and Sam’s calibre to the Middle East and supplementing them with the experienced surveying resources we already have in the region, we are clearly responding to the demands of the market. By leveraging of our existing group resources our Adjusters are able to hit the ground running and we are open for business. Both Adjusters will continue to work on their London case files in the interim and have already started receiving new instructions.”


The address of the Braemar Adjusting office is:
Dubai World Trade Centre Building, 13th Level, PO Box 9222, Dubai, UAE.
Tel: +971 (0) 4 331 3100; Fax: +971 (0) 4 331 4121.



 

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