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Sedgwick appoints Giles Fairmann as private clients development director

LONDON, 4 August 2022 – Sedgwick, a leading global provider of technology-enabled risk, benefits and integrated business solutions, announced that Giles Fairmann has been named development director for its private clients division.

Fairmann’s appointment to this new development role reflects Sedgwick’s commitment to expanding its presence in the private clients market and further refining its propositions, including loss adjusting and third-party administration (TPA) services for this sector.

Fairmann will be responsible for delivering world-class loss adjusting and third-party administration (TPA) solutions for existing and new high-net-worth clients.

He brings to Sedgwick over 30 years of experience in the private clients market, having worked at some of the world’s largest specialist insurance groups in business development and partnership strategy. Previously, Fairmann spent five years running his own consultancy business focused on private clients. There, he was engaged in sales consultancy, project implementation for a leading insurance incubator and worked with a wide range of businesses in insurtech, art insurance and challenger thinking.

“Our private clients team has over 50 years of experience in delivering a bespoke, professional service, with discretion and empathy at its core,” said Nicola Dryden, Sedgwick chief client officer. “Giles’s extensive experience in the private clients sector will strengthen our presence as a leader in the private client claims services market.”

“Sedgwick’s reputation for quality is built on its global network, unrivalled expertise and specialised knowledge of loss adjusting,” Fairmann said. “I am excited to take on this new role and to support the stellar work the team performs. We work across markets and within the Sedgwick network to focus on growing the business and delivering a second-to-none customer experience.”

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