Clacy Appointed tU.K. Club's Regionalized Claims Handling in Greece

Friday, October 18, 2002
Philip Clacy has been appointed UK P&I Club Area Director for Greek members' claims handling in Piraeus. Clacy, previously Area Director in London for two of the Club's London - based claims handling groups, will be taking over from Daniel Evans, who has served as Area Director in Piraeus for the almost five years. Clacy and Evans will be working together in Piraeus until the end of November, when Evans will return to London as Deputy Club Manager for Thomas Miller Defence Ltd, the manager of the U.K. Defense Club. Commenting on his new role, Clacy said: "I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to work in the Piraeus office. The U.K. Club's Greek membership has long been an influential and innovative force driving Club policy and development. Any mutual thrives on the energy, enthusiasm and expertise of its members, and I look forward to working with and learning from our Greek shipowners." Clacy joined Thomas Miller in 1986 and has worked closely with eastern Mediterranean and Middle East members. He was first appointed an area director in 1995. He has a degree in nautical studies and is a master of business administration.

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