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Big Moves – Crawford appoints new sales executive in Canada


March 10, 2019   by Canadian Underwriter staff


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Greg Smith is now Crawford & Company (Canada)’s new chief client officer, overseeing the sales, account management and marketing functions within the Canadian operations.


Greg Smith, chief client officer, Crawford & Company (Canada)

WHO: Greg Smith
CURRENT ROLE: Chief Client Officer
P&C EXPERIENCE: 23+ years
PROFILE: Held a series of progressive leadership positions since becoming the claims firm’s assistant vice president, director and manager of marketing in 1998.


“As a progressive and innovative leader within Crawford for the past 23 years, Greg has had considerable experience in all facets of the organization and is well-versed in emerging trends and insurtech developments,” says Pat Van Bakel, president and CEO of Crawford & Company (Canada) Inc. “His knowledge of Crawford’s capabilities and the needs of our clients, in addition to the reputation that he holds within Crawford, position him well to support operations that deliver unique, fully-integrated service solutions to our clients.”Smith’s tenure with Crawford includes leadership positions in marketing, project management and claims operations before he was appointed vice president of national programs in 2017. He holds a Masters’ degree in Business Administration (MBA) as well as a bachelor degree in Business Administration (BBA).


 

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Melissa Joynt, forensic accountant, ClaimsPro


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Justice William S. Chalmers, Ontario Superior Court of Justice


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Jane Tutoki, board member, Sedgwick