International loss adjuster Global Risk Solutions (GRS) has expanded its Complex Claims Solutions (CCS) business unit with the addition of four appointments.
Michael Morgan has been appointed as Head of Energy within Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
He will focus on the specialised loss adjusting needs of GRS clients with major, complex and technical claims.
Morgan will oversee the onshore and offshore oil & gas, petrochemical, power generation and utilities, renewables, minerals and mining sectors.
Sam Toumbev has been appointed as Senior Forensic Accountant and will work as part of GRS’ multidisciplinary loss adjusting team, with experience in assessing complex time-element exposure claims on behalf of global insurers.
Before joining GRS, he was with an international loss adjusting firm and prior to that was a senior associate at forensic accounting firm C. Lewis & Company.
Anastasiia Ierofeieva has been appointed as the unit’s Loss Adjuster. An experienced petroleum geologist, Ierofeieva has adjusted multiple international energy claims, both onshore and offshore, as well as losses in mining, renewable energy and other industry claims.
Alice Chandler will be the new Operations Manager, brining extensive international experience in day-to-day operations for business units and staff, she will support GRS’ growing global team.
Adam Humphrey, CEO of GRS International commented: “GRS is pleased to add this highly experienced quartet, who will drive further growth in our energy team.
“Their experience, knowledge of international markets and skill sets will complement and strengthen GRS’ energy solutions and industry-leading services.”
Mike Reeves, Executive Director of GRS’ Complex Claims Solutions business unit and the GRS Global Network, added: “We are delighted to welcome these talented and expert colleagues to GRS.
“We remain committed to building our capabilities to deliver comprehensive solutions for complex claims. We continue to enhance our team and the services GRS can offer, and clients are already recognising those efforts.”