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Mathieson-Ingham re-brand corporate image

Mathieson-Ingham have unveiled a new corporate branding. The company will now trade as MI Adjusting.

In a statement, the Company Chairman, Trevor Ingham commented:-

The company has gone through radical expansion during the last two years and the Board considered that the change in name and company logo was necessary to reflect what has become a very strong product in the adjusting market.

Many of our clients already know us as MI Adjusting, so it will be true to say it is the choice of our supporters. The internal structure, Board of Directors and make-up of the Company otherwise remains the same. MI remains a company specialising in niche areas and with the re-branding now complete, the firm is well placed to deliver to a larger client base.

MI Adjusting have also appointed Tina Whelan as Head of Business Services. Mrs Whelan has extensive knowledge of the Insurance Sector, including strategic development and management of high profile accounts. She joins MIs existing team, specialising in high value motor and employers/public liability claims, to include the overseeing of the introduction of MIs MoJ initiatives.

In separate developments, MI Adjusting have recently acquired accreditation and approval by Lloyds Registered Quality Assurance in Management Systems applicable to the provision of Adjusting and Insurance Management Services ISO 9001:2000.

Executive Director, David College, a former Regional Manager for a major Insurer who has recently joined MI Adjusting, commented:

Very few Adjusters have attained this level of accreditation, which is of course subject to independent and periodic audit.

Whilst it was an expensive project for us, the Board felt that it was wholly justified and demonstrates our commitment to the Insurance market in providing a truly focussed service, with adherence to best practices. MI Adjusting has organically grown during the last two and a half years and has become the adjuster of choice with an increasing number of Insurer clients. The ISO accreditation compliments our own internal systems and ensures that our clients can expect the highest possible standards.

MI Adjusting have also strengthened their National team, particularly in their complex and major loss casualty claims division. Further, it is understood that they are currently looking for new and larger Head Office premises to centralise their financial and administrative resources in conjunction with expansion plans. Whilst they seek to grow organically, they have not ruled out the possibility of acquisition.

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Press release: 30th May 2008