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Liberty Specialty reshuffles claims team

11th May 2020 - Author: Charlie Wood

Liberty Specialty Markets, part of Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, has promoted Gavin Coley to London Head of Specialty Claims, reporting to Mike Gillett, Chief Claims Officer, LSM.

liberty-specialty-marketsKevin Miller has joined as the Energy, Property and Construction Technical Claims Lead reporting into Gavin Coley. Both roles are based in London and take effect immediately.

Coley joined LSM just over a year ago, responsible for managing the Energy, Property and Construction claims team.

He will continue to lead this team as part of his new role. Previously Coley worked in the London Market for many years holding various senior roles within the specialty market.

He takes over from Scott Kellers who covered the role on an interim basis for the past year. He will remain with the business as Deputy Head of Claims Reinsurance.

“Since joining LSM Gavin has proved himself to be very capable and his promotion is well deserved. Kevin is a market-leading practitioner in Energy, Property and Construction claims. He brings a wealth of experience and technical capability to the role. His appointment reflects the continued focus of the claims team on having outstanding technical capability that underpins our claims service,” said Liberty Specialty Markets’ Chief Claims Officer Mike Gillett.

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