Gallagher enhances London and South East team with senior commercial appointment

Employment & Skills | South East

Neil Williams

Insurance broker Gallagher today announces the appointment of Neil Williams as Commercial Director in its London and South East team.

In his new role, Neil will be targeting new business opportunities among large corporate businesses, as well as advising large corporate clients on their risk and insurance requirements and providing them with tailored solutions. Neil will be based in London, and will report into Simon Waine, Regional Director for Gallagher’s London and South East team.

Bringing over 23 years’ experience, Neil joins Gallagher from Aon, where he specialised in providing insurance and risk management support to FTSE 100/250-listed businesses and companies with a turnover of over £100m.

Commenting on his appointment, Neil said: “Large corporate businesses are facing increasingly complex contractual, supply chain, operational and environmental risks. Organisations require a tailor-made approach to insurance and risk management, and by working with a specialist broker, they can be confident they have the right insurance in place and access to advice when needed. I’m delighted to be joining Gallagher, which has significant experience in partnering with large corporate clients, and I look forward to working with the team to further develop our current offering and take our proposition out to new clients.”

Simon added: “Neil brings with him an excellent reputation within the insurance industry, as well as a wealth of knowledge of the specialist risks faced by our large corporate clients, so we are delighted that he will be at the forefront of our business development activity in this space.  We are committed to bringing the highest calibre talent on board, and this senior appointment is a clear demonstration of our strategy to invest in industry-leading talent and provide our clients with unrivalled expertise.”

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