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Marsh adds Sarah Dyer and Nick Adams to its Marine and Cargo Practice

Marsh Specialty’s UK Marine and Cargo advisors work with marine, shipping, and logistics organisations around the world to help them reduce their risk exposures and navigate business-related challenges

Marsh, the insurance broker and risk advisor, has appointed Sarah Dyer as head of Logistics and Nick Adams as Business Development leader within Marsh Specialty’s UK Marine and Cargo Practice.

Dyer and Adams will be based in London and will report to Louise Nevill, CEO, UK Marine and Cargo Practice and Mark Cracknell, head of Protection and Indemnity (P&I), respectively.

Marsh Specialty’s UK Marine and Cargo advisors work with marine, shipping, and logistics organisations around the world to help them reduce their risk exposures and navigate business-related challenges, through the application of industry-leading data, analytics, and benchmarking.

Dyer returns to Marsh from AIG, where she was UK head of Marine. With over 30 years’ experience as a broker and underwriter, she previously worked for Marsh as a freight liability broker. She also spent 10 years at Aon, as a client director, engaged in supply chain and freight forwarding risks and 12 years working for a logistics company. In her new role, she will support wholesale and retail logistics businesses globally in managing their insurance and risk portfolios.

In his role, the firm said Adams will focus on supporting Greek marine clients with their insurance and risk management programmes and will work closely with Nikos Rekantzis, head of Marine, Marsh Specialty, Greece.

Prior to joining Marsh, Adams had spent more than 12 years with the Onassis Group as a director of Olympic Agencies (UK) in London. A qualified solicitor, he previously worked as a claims manager in the Swedish P&I Club’s Greek Office.

Nevill said: “Shipping remains the backbone of world trade and underpins the global economy. Sarah and Nick are highly experienced and talented individuals who excel in advising organisations with complex marine insurance and freight logistics risks on their insurance requirements.

“Their expertise will be invaluable to our marine clients; we are excited to welcome them aboard.”

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