New Director Joins Braemar Steege

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Loss adjuster, Braemar Steege, announced that Ian Baxter (FCILA, ACII) will be joining the company’s Singapore office as a Director, effective 1 April 2009. Ian has been in the insurance industry for 35 years. The past 26 years have been spent in South East Asia. Prior to joining Braemar Steege, Ian served many years with the international adjusters, Thomas Howell Group, latterly as Director of Asia Pacific.

Roger Law, Managing Director of Braemar Steege, said “We are delighted with Ian’s appointment as it strengthens our team in Singapore. He brings with him diverse and cross ranging expertise in the non‐marine, power and business interruption fields. Ian brings to this role extensive experience of handling power industry‐related claims includes major losses involving boilers, transformers, and combined cycle, hydro and diesel power plants. In addition, he has handled numerous oil and gas industry claims, both up‐stream and down‐stream, with a further specialisation in business interruption flowing from such material damage losses.”

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