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Arthur J. Gallagher invests in new central Aberdeen office
Arthur J. Gallagher has relocated to new offices in the heart of Aberdeen’s business quarter, underlining its commitment to the city and long-term support of local businesses.
The move to 56 Queens Road is part of Gallagher’s continued investment in building and maintaining a strong local presence to best support and advise the city’s industries and individuals on the most appropriate risk management and insurance solutions.
Gallagher’s 15-strong broker team in Aberdeen — half of whom have more than 25 years’ experience in the local insurance market — hold particular specialisms in the prominent Oil & Gas and Working at Height industries, but can help manage and mitigate the risks of any business in any sector. Many of the team have worked in Aberdeen all of their careers and so, alongside their technical insurance knowledge, have a deep understanding of the nuances of the local issues and challenges affecting businesses.
Tom Christie, branch director at Arthur J. Gallagher in Aberdeen (pictured far left), commented: “We’re excited to move into our new offices on Queens Road, from where our team can best look after the diverse risk management and insurance needs of local businesses at a time when the challenges impacting the oil and gas industry are being felt across the local economy.
“As a community broker first and foremost, we know it’s important to sit at the heart of business communities, offering regional knowledge and local client service through a dedicated team. But as part of one of the world’s largest insurance brokers we can also leverage the power of global resources and expertise to create competitive, customised solutions for our clients. That, combined with our hugely experienced team, makes Gallagher’s offering unrivalled in the area.”
To contact the Aberdeen branch, please call +44(0)1224 622868.
Pictured L to R: Branch director Tom Christie; account executives John Raper and Rob Triffitt; and Director Iain Hay.