Braemar Adjusting Promotes Sam Foster
Braemar Adjusting is delighted to announce the promotion of Sam Foster from Senior Adjuster to Director, effective immediately.
Sam graduated from Loughborough University in 2006 with a Masters in Aeronautical Engineering. Prior to joining Braemar, Sam worked for AMEC as a Mechanical Engineer, where he specialized in rotating and static machinery, working on a range of projects including a Libyan onshore rig modernization study, a Swiss refinery development and BP’s North Sea Clair Ridge Project.
Sam joined Braemar Adjusting London in 2009 where he ran a number of notable claims, including jack-up rig and FPSO losses in West Africa, along with various offshore construction and operational losses involving subsea pipelines and infrastructure. In London, Sam also handled multiple large and complex petrochemical and power claims involving European Oil Insurance Limited (OIL) members.
In April 2013, Sam transferred from London to Dubai and has played a significant part in establishing our Middle East operation, running offshore and onshore energy, power and utility loss adjustments, with associated business interruption, in UAE, Bahrain, Egypt, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Iran, India, and Kazakhstan on behalf of local Insurers and international Reinsurers.
Welcoming Sam to his new position, Geoff Jones, Braemar Adjusting Group Managing Director, said: “I would like to congratulate Sam on his promotion, which is very well deserved. He has developed a reputation for the high quality of his work - his professionalism and attention to detail have been noted by a variety of the clients that we serve, both insureds and insurers. I look forward to working with Sam to deliver great claims outcomes to those clients in the future.”
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