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Neon announces two new appointments

Neon has appointed two new staff in its office.

The worldwide insurer and reinsurer, which opened a Bermuda office last year, has signed up Gavin Coley as technical head of claims and James Sterling as claims manager for professional indemnity and financial lines.

Sharon Long, claims director in London, said: “Neon represents a vibrant, refreshed business which focuses on delivering what its brokers and clients want and need.

“We have invested significantly to ensure excellent claims service is front and centre of this renewed philosophy.”

Mr Coley joined the firm from MS Amblin and has 25 years' experience in technical and managerial roles.

Mr Sterling, a qualified solicitor in England and Wales, worked at international insurance law firm CMS Cameron McKenna before holding a senior claims role at XL Catlin.

New appointments: Chris Fisher, the CEO of London-based insurer Neon. The company has made two appointments

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Published May 10, 2017 at 9:00 am (Updated May 09, 2017 at 9:39 pm)

Neon announces two new appointments

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