Chris Brown to join Miller's

Monday, May 14, 2001
Christopher Brown, formerly Claims Director for Gard, will bring his experience to the UK P&I Club when he joins managers Thomas Miller on August 1. Mr. Brown, 40, trained and qualified as a maritime lawyer in the United States. A Norwegian speaker, he has been with Gard since 1989 and was stationed at its Hong Kong office after 1997. Brown leaves Norway for family reasons and is greatly looking forward to working for the world's largest P&I club. Hugo Wynn-Williams, Chairman of Miller's International Division, said: "People of Christopher Brown's experience and ability are rarely available so we are delighted he has chosen to join us." He will spend a year in Miller's London office before transferring to Thomas Miller (Asia Pacific) in Hong Kong as Claims Director for Asia, where he will focus particularly on China. Herry Lawford, Chairman of Thomas Miller (Asia Pacific), added: "Christopher Brown is a well respected figure in the P&I world and will be a great asset to our clubs' business in the Asia Pacific region"

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