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Assertions Consortium Group Restructures Its Administration Team

Somerset-based Claims Consortium Group has revealed that its supervision team has undergone a restructuring as part of its new five-year policy.

Chief among the changes in the nomination of Matt Brady as the claims management firm’s new CEO, succeeding founder Jeremy Hyams. Brady most recently served as managing director of the group and first joined the Claims Consortium in 2007.

Meanwhile, Hyams will transition to the role of executive chair. He founded Claims Consortium in 2010 and recently served as the chief executive officer of companies such as Synergy Cloud, Property Consortium Drainage, Building Claims Services, and Property Consortium UK. As chair, he will continue to oversee the group’s overall strategy with a focus on “progressing new growths and projects,” a Press release said.

The restructuring also sees the promotion of Owen Pugh to Claims Consortium’s board of directors. In improvement, he will assume the newly created role of a chief operating officer. As part of his new responsibilities, Pugh will oversee service delivery across all of the group’s claims commodities.

According to Claims Consortium, the changes follow its acquisitions of specialist Lloyd’s and London market-focused Chartered Loss Adjuster, Roger Rich & Co, and weather and claims data specialist, WeatherNet, over the past year – and the launch of its standalone claims supervision software Synergy Cloud.

“These changes, stirred with our new five-year strategy will drive our business forward as we seek to build on and expand our services across claims, technology, and data,” said Hyams. “Matt has been my right hand in running the industry for the last 12 months and there is nobody better to step into this position and deliver our strategic vision ensuring continued achievement as we build for the future.”

Hyams added that as manager chair, he looks forward to “dedicating more time to focus on specific areas of opportunity and development for the group.”

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