Articles - The Emerald Group strengthens domestic & International team


 The Emerald Group have announced the appointment of James Lecoutre as Managing Director, Asia Pacific. James will be based in Central Hong Kong and will be responsible for developing business further across Asia. James joins The Emerald Group from DW Simpson.
 
 To support this continued growth Emerald are also relocating Director Robert Shaw from their Sydney office to Hong Kong. Robert will be responsible for management of day to day operations and specialises in Risk Management recruitment within the FS market.
 
 The UK business welcomes James Harrison as Director, Middle Eastern Markets. James also joins from DW Simpson and will be responsible for leading both actuarial and insurance recruitment in The Middle East.
 Alex Babic joins as Business Manager to lead the Catastrophe Modelling team. Alex’s remit for business development will be international and he will be based in the UK.
 
 Steve Stubbings, Executive Director, said “the addition of James and Rob to the Asia team gives us the perfect platform to take our business to the next level and with James and Alex joining the UK teams, these are extremely exciting times”
  

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