UK - Alexander Forbes has promoted Tim Wilson to the position of managing director of its UK corporate risk solutions business.
The UK corporate risk solutions division includes its city-based risk solutions unit, which specialises in large corporate and multinational clients. In total it has 11 regional offices and employs 305 staff.
Wilson joined the company in 1996 and previously held the position of joint managing director of the UK corporate risks business. He has over 20 years experience in the insurance sector.
Alexander Forbes chairman and chief executive John Percy-Davis said: “Tim has a wealth of experience within risk services and we are delighted to be able to draw on his existing skills to continue to build on the success of our UK Corporate Solutions business.”
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