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Marsh appoints Fiona Park to multinational practice leader role

20th March 2020 - Author: Charlie Wood

Global insurance broker Marsh has appointed Fiona Park as its multinational practice leader for Scotland within its UK corporate division.

MarshBased in Glasgow, Park will lead a team which brings together expertise across Marsh’s Corporate offices in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow, and the business’s global network.

She reports to Allan McPherson, regional managing director for Scotland and the North of England, UK corporate division, Marsh.

Park has served with Marsh for 28 years and has spent the last 15 years providing risk and insurance advice to Scottish firms across all industry sectors with operations overseas, as well as multinationals investing in Scotland and the wider UK.

Commenting on her new role, Park said, “The Multinational Practice in Scotland draws on Marsh’s global insight to help clients manage the risks they face, wherever they choose to do business in the world.

“I’m excited to be playing such a key role in the development of our clients’ operations – and the economies – both at home and overseas.”

McPherson added, “Our multinational clients are increasingly exposed to a complex patchwork of insurance marketplace and regulations, each with their own rules and customs.”

With Fiona’s extensive experience, the team is well-placed to provide clients with industry-leading advice on multinational insurance programmes as well as local solutions.”

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