Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) has appointed Stewart Eaton as head of product recall for regional unit London. As an experienced product recall underwriter, he joins AGCS’ crisis management team to manage the product recall book. He will report to Tim Galloway, AGCS regional head of liability. Eaton joins from Castel Specialty where he was a class underwriter writing product recall business. Prior to this he was head of line and class underwriter for contaminated products at Sagicor at Lloyd’s. His career started at AIG in a number of roles including as an underwriter in AIG’s crisis management team in London focusing on product recall.
Comtek, a service provider for the telecoms industry, has appointed Mark Watson as chief development officer. Mark will be responsible for building the company’s end-to-end asset recovery business at its worldwide locations in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, Turkey and the US. In addition to developing new customers, he will also be tasked with nurturing existing customer relationships to cross-sell and ensure customers are benefitting from Comtek’s full service wrap. Mark has 20 years of experience as a board level professional and qualified accountant. He has also served in a number of technical roles within the industry, including; vice president of global technical services at DHL Supply Chain and vice president of services for TXO Systems.
Simone Marshall has been appointed as an associate director in Colliers International’s healthcare team. Based in London, Simone brings to the team her expertise in the primary healthcare real estate market, where much of her experience has been gained at Octopus Healthcare, one of the major top three specialist investors and developers in the market. Simone has specialised in the primary care market, working the MedicX Fund portfolio since 2010, handling a variety of projects and transactions that optimised the income and capital values of the MedicX Fund’s core estate.
Rosenblatt Solicitors has appointed Nicola Foulston as CEO of the City law firm. Nicola was named Veuve Cliquot Business Woman of the Year in 1997 when she was chief executive of Brands Hatch Leisure – she was, and remains, the award’s youngest ever recipient. She became chief executive of Brands Hatch in early 1990 when the business was valued at £6m and built it into the largest organiser and promoter of motor sport in Europe. In 1996, she floated the business on the London Stock Exchange and in 1999, she sold the business for over $195m to Interpublic.