Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Ltd Names Paul Naylor As New Consultant Risk Engineer

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Commercial insurer Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Ltd announces new Consultant Risk Engineer

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Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited, leading commercial insurer, is pleased to announce that Paul Naylor has joined them as a Consultant Risk Engineer. Based in the North-West of England, Paul will be working closely with Tokio Marine’s Manchester office to help service their growing portfolio of commercial clients in the region. In addition, Paul will have responsibility for Tokio Marine clients based in Ireland.

For the last four years, Paul was a Director of Trafford Surveyors Ltd. He has worked previously with CNA Insurance in Manchester, St Paul International in Redhill and Independent Insurance in Manchester. Paul brings with him a broad knowledge and wide experience in Property Damage and Casualty risk engineering, including Construction All Risks.

Phil Wall, European Risk Engineering Manager at Tokio Marine, said: “Paul’s vast experience in the commercial insurance sector will be an important asset to our growth strategy.”

The new addition to TMEI’s staff forms part of the company’s focus on building lasting relationships through better risk solutions. Tokio Marine Europe's aim is to protect its clients' businesses by providing effective, tailored insurance solutions, coupled with excellence in risk engineering and claims management.

Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited, was established as a controlling company for the European operations of Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Limited, with a network of offices and agency representation throughout Europe.

Our reputation as a leading commercial insurer has been gained through solid underwriting expertise, financial strength and an excellent security rating. Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited is rated AA- for financial strength by Standard and Poor's (correct as at 25th March 2011).

Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited, 150 Leadenhall Street, London EC3V 4TE
Telephone +44 (0)20 7283 8844 Fax +44 (0)20 7398 2940

Member of the Association of British Insurers
Authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority Firm Reference Number 202574
Registered Office: 150 Leadenhall Street, London EC3V 4TE Registered Number: 989421 England

Founded in 1879, Tokio Marine is recognised as Japan's oldest insurer and one of the largest insurance groups in the world. Following a merger with Nichido Fire in 2004, Tokio Marine and Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Limited was formed. Find out more by visiting http://www.tokiomarine-nichido.co.jp/en/index.html

Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Limited, as well as all of its subsidiaries throughout the world unanimously benefit from ratings that testify to its high level of financial security. Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Limited and Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited are rated AA- for financial strength by Standard and Poor’s, (correct as at 25th March 2011).

The Tokio Marine Group operates in thirty-nine countries and has over twenty-nine thousand staff worldwide on a consolidated basis that look after the insurance requirements of clients across Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Oceania (correct as at 31 March 2011).

Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited was established as the controlling company for the European operations for Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Limited.

Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited underwrites commercial property, casualty, marine and personal accident and travel insurance and our principal activity is to provide reliable, effective protection with innovative solutions throughout Europe. Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Limited is committed to delivering a high standard of professional service and customer satisfaction. Client confidence is gained through our expertise, financial strength and security, which is reinforced by the support and strong position of our parent Company.

Find out more by visiting http://www.tokiomarine.co.uk

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