Helen is ASL’s Managing Director. She leads ASL’s political risk and credit practice and also deals with claims affecting financial institutions worldwide.
Chris Alderton specialises in financial sector losses including political risk and credit claims as well as a broad range of management liability, professional indemnity and financial institutions work.
Sol Argerich is part of ASL’s team focusing on the full range of financial lines claims throughout Central and South America.
Joana Ball is part of ASL’s multi-disciplinary loss adjusting team. She deals with financial institutions, crime, cyber and credit insurance losses throughout Europe and Latin America.
Kunal Benodekar specialises in financial institutions, crime and cyber claims throughout the Middle East, India, Africa and Asia Pacific. He is based in ASL’s Dubai office.
Sean Brennan brings his strong analytical skills to bear as part of ASL’s multi-disciplinary loss adjusting team dealing with the full spectrum of financial and professional risks.
Georgina Fenton has expertise in a range of financial lines work and now acts as a consultant on political risk and credit business.
Jamie Gee specialises in financial institutions, crime and cyber claims across the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.
Insurers appoint Christopher Gliddon on claims arising all over the globe because his qualifications and knowledge make him a true specialist in both first party and third party exposures.
William Gow is a qualified solicitor and a specialist in management liability, professional and financial risks.
Insurers choose Erika Hinojosa to resolve some of the most complex and high value claims sustained by leading banks and corporations in Spain and across the Americas.
Alison Horne is part of the multi-disciplinary loss adjusting team at ASL’s office in Dubai. She deals with financial institutions, crime, cyber and professional indemnity claims internationally, with a focus on the Middle East.
Claudia Houlihan deals with first party losses and third party exposures sustained by financial institutions in every continent. She is bilingual in English and Portuguese.
Andrew Hutchinson is head of ASL’s financial institutions class of business.
Stephen Ixer handles financial sector crime and liability assignments across Latin America and the Caribbean.
Sandy has extensive experience handling financial institutions, crime, cyber and professional indemnity claims throughout Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
David Ledger works for insurers around the world, resolving claims under financial institutions and crime policies. He is both a chartered accountant and chartered loss adjuster.
Robert Lloyd is recognised across the financial lines market for his problem solving and for delivering exactly what ASL’s client insurers want.
Rory Macaskill has a background in industry and commerce, augmented by nearly two decades in the insurance market with ASL and on secondment.
Edward Maddison is ASL’s senior commercial director. Insurers have long benefited from his unrivalled experience and expertise on some of the largest and most complex notifications in the financial lines market.
Jo Nelson is a chartered accountant who works across a wide range of financial crime, professional indemnity, cyber and forensic accounting assignments.
Hetle Soni is a true specialist in financial crime losses, management liability and professional indemnity claims. She deals with matters in the UK, offshore and internationally.
James Vincent is the resident director in charge of ASL’s office in Dubai and is responsible for the firm’s business throughout the region.
Dan West’s specialisms are business interruption, crime, cyber, financial institutions, and political risk and credit.
Jola is a member of ASL’s multi-disciplinary loss adjusting team dealing with crime and other financial sector losses.
Ruth Willmington leads ASL’s crime offering, having market leading experience of investigating, analysing and reporting on complex crime.
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