Sedgwick appoints Ian Hasson executive major and complex loss adjuster and director for the financial risks team of Europe, the Middle East and Africa

October 4, 2021

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LONDON, 4 October 2021 – Sedgwick, a leading global provider of technology-enabled risk, benefits and integrated business solutions, announced that Ian Hasson has joined the company as an executive major and complex loss adjuster and director of its financial risks team in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and will be based in Zurich.

In his new role, Hasson will be responsible for securing new business opportunities for the financial risks team across the entire EMEA region, strengthening client relationships, and ensuring the delivery of best-in-class services to current and prospective clients.

“There is significant demand for our expertise in handling financial risk claims,” said Stewart Steel, Sedgwick CEO for CEMEA. Ian’s appointment strengthens and consolidates our position in this area.”

Hasson brings to Sedgwick over 30 years of forensic accounting experience. He is dual-qualified as a chartered loss adjuster and chartered accountant. He is also a leading expert in handling high-profile and complex industrial, cyber and COVID-19 claims. He has served as an expert witness in multiple arbitration and litigation proceedings.

“I am delighted Ian has joined the growing and market leading international financial risks team at Sedgwick, bringing his deep knowledge of our market to enhance our focus on delivering exemplary services to our clients,” said Ian Muress, Sedgwick chief executive officer – international.

“I am thrilled to be joining the Sedgwick team and look forward to working with my new colleagues on growing the company’s outstanding financial risks business,” Hasson said.

Sedgwick’s financial risks team mobilizes leading experts to ensure the successful resolution of major and complex claims by working closely with insurers, reinsurers, brokers and corporate clients.

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