Insurance service provider Charles Taylor has made key promotions in its energy loss adjusting business following the retirement of its leader.
Charles Taylor Adjusting (CTA) has appointed John Donald as managing director of its energy loss adjusting business for London, Europe and Singapore. He replaces the retired Trevor De La Salle.
“I am very pleased to welcome John Donald as the new Managing Director of our energy adjusting business for London, Europe and Singapore,” said CTA CEO Damian Ely.
“He has an outstanding track record as a loss adjuster and has been heavily involved in leading the development of our energy business in London,” Ely added.
Donald, who joined CTA in 2008 as a director, has worked as an energy loss adjuster for over 30 years, initially in the Middle East before transferring to London in 1990.
He has wide international experience in the onshore and offshore energy markets, having managed the adjustment of many complex energy claims all over the world.
Donald also boasts a wealth of experience in the adjustment of construction claims, hurricane-related losses, property damage, loss of production income and business interruption.
The company has also appointed Chris Brown and Mike McMahon as deputy managing directors for energy UK.
CTA said the latest promotions position the company for growth in the international energy adjusting market.
“Mike and Chris’s appointments demonstrate the success of our commitment to bringing expert engineers from industry into our loss adjusting business and to invest in their development as adjusters,” Ely said.
“Our new energy leadership team offers the ideal combination of experience and technical knowledge and is well placed to lead the business into its next stage of growth,” he added.