PracticeAccounting FirmsDeloitte snares Ernst &Young partner

Deloitte snares Ernst &Young partner

Mark Adams leaves Ernst & Young to join Deloitte insurance team

Mark Adams, previously with
Ernst &
Young
, has left the firm to join Deloitte’s insurance industry
team.

A qualified insolvency practioner, Adams has advised insurers in
Bermuda
and London for the past 17 years.

Ian Clark, insurance partner at
Deloitte
, said: ‘Mark brings with him a wealth of experience in advising insurance
companies on run-off and finality solutions, and his appointment will ensure we
are increasingly well placed to provide insurers with expert support in
run-off.’

Mark Adams said: ‘Deloitte is making a significant investment in the
insurance sector and its partners demonstrate real enthusiasm for further
growth.’

Further reading:

Move to end Lloyd’s exodus from London

Profile: Stuart Bridges, FD of Hiscox

Deloitte pulls together Caribbean network

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