Articles - Xchanging Claims Services appoints Paul Bermingham


 Xchanging has appointed Paul Bermingham as executive director of claims, Xchanging Claims Services (XCS).

 Paul has 25 years experience in claims in both national and global insurance markets and joins Xchanging from Crawford & Company where he was vice president, global markets. He started his career at The Insurance Service as a claims supervisor in 1988, before moving to Crawford & Company in 1992 and then the Claims Management Group Ltd in 1999 both in client services. Paul returned to Crawford & Company in 2004 to assist in the development of a global team for multinational claims outsourcing.

 In January 2012, Paul completed a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.

 Adrian Guttridge, executive director, Xchanging Global Insurance Sector said: “Paul’s appointment underlines our growth ambition for the claims business and is in line with our vision for the business moving forward: a global claims business focusing on supporting large property and casualty re/insurance carriers and brokers.”
  

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