Global loss adjusting business Charles Taylor Adjusting has appointed senior industry practitioner, Tsuyoshi Sharyo, as assistant director of its expanding property & casualty offering in Japan.
Sharyo has more than 30 years’ experience in claims handling for a number of leading insurance companies in Japan. He has a long track record of executing large and complex claims, including the assessment of plans and policies, major claim appraisal and investigation, control and reporting, CAT planning and lead, and business management.
He will report into Wee Loon Yong, chief executive, Asia property & casualty, who said: “Charles Taylor Adjusting has been active in the Japan market over 20 years where it originally focused on the marine business and has nurtured a strong set of relationships with a growing number of clients. The appointment of Tsuyoshi Sharyo will offer a broader range of P&C services for our clients in Japan and provide a Tokyo liaison for our global Japanese clients outside Japan.”
Tsuyoshi Sharyo said: “I am delighted to join the excellent team at Charles Taylor in Japan and am looking forward to the opportunity to build a cohesive range of P&C capabilities and continue to develop strong relationships with our clients in managing these claims.”
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