Asia: Geographic reach and adjuster skills are most important for clients - Crawford's survey

August 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Aug2011, p17
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the Global Technical Services (GTSSM) of Crawford & Co., a product offering which caters to insurance clients established based on the survey which indicates the significance of geographic reach and adjusters skills in handling large and complex losses.


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