Press Release – 19 July 2018

July 19, 2018
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Technical Assessing Pty Ltd, one of Australia’s oldest and most respected Loss Adjusting firms; is very pleased to announced that Wendy Reid has joined Technical Assessing, based in the NSW Office, as of July 19 as an Executive Loss Adjuster.

Wendy has spent her entire working life in the insurance industry and was the first examination qualified female Loss Adjuster in Australia. Focusing on Property, Wendy has attended to claims covering catastrophes throughout Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific, including many complex commercial losses following the Christchurch Earthquakes of 2011.
In addition to her extensive experience, Wendy has also served on the NSW Board of AICLA and the Branch Executive Committee of ANZIIF.

Managing Director, David Cambridge commented; “Wendy’s extensive and illustrious career as a Loss Adjuster will bolster the Property and Complex Loss division. Knowing that she could have joined any number of our peers, we are thrilled that Wendy has chosen to join TA. This is a great testament to the ethos on which Steve Nance founded TA.”

Many of Wendy’s new colleagues, such as Steve Mann, Practice Leader – Property, stated; “Wendy’s expertise and knowledge will be a great asset for our NSW colleagues and to the wider TA property team as well as being a significant enhancement to our delivery of quality adjustment services for complex and major property losses.”

NSW State Manager, Brendan Sears, commented; “having a person of Wendy’s calibre join the NSW team is particularly pleasing, and demonstrates TA’s commitment to growing the team with highly experienced, credentialed Loss Adjusters that are not only well known by the ‘market’ but also thrive being part of a collegiate team.”

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