KLA rebrands to operate under Charles Taylor
Knowles Loss Adjusters (KLA), the UK and Ireland property/casualty claims business of Charles Taylor Adjusting (CTA), has been rebranded to Charles Taylor General Adjusting Service.
KLA was acquired by Charles Taylor in 2014 to expand its UK property/casualty, construction and professional lines network.
Andrew Jackson, managing director of Charles Taylor Adjusting – Technical & Special Risks, said: “Our management teams have worked together very successfully, combining KLA’s UK and Ireland reach and general adjusting capability in the personal lines and SME segments with CTA’s global reputation in handling complex and major losses in the aviation, energy, marine, technical and special risks sectors. We believe the time is now right for KLA to operate under the Charles Taylor brand.”
David Parker, managing director of KLA, said: “By adopting CTA’s name we will be better positioned to benefit from the global strength of the CTA brand and respond to tenders for national and UK headquartered multinational nominations.
"I am very excited by this development and I am confident that our business will continue to grow and develop under the CTA branding. For our clients, it is ‘business as usual’ and we remain committed to the strong, longstanding relationships we have developed over many years.”
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