To offer corporate insurance broking and risk management services to companies in Qatar
Qatar International Broker, a new insurance broking firm, has been set up with a seed capital of QR600,000 to offer corporate insurance broking and risk management services to companies in Qatar – reported Gulf Times.
Reportedly, the company was established as per the demand for local specialist insurance broking services by the companies engaged in complex and technical projects, within both private and government sectors.
It is headed by David Ezzard, chairman of Carroll and Partners, an established Lloyd’s insurance broker, while others include Jamie Scott (development director), Noel Lenihan (director), Sami Suleiman (IT manager), Mike Williamson (senior account executive), and Ahmed Rajah (account executive).
The brokerage house comprises an outsourcing contract with Carroll and Partners to back all technical and claims operations.
The company’s functionalities consists of identification of risk exposure, risk survey and analysis, risk mitigation programs, asset protection, employee benefit advice, insurance sector analysis, and commercial negotiation with insurers’ claims management, quoted the newspaper.