Forensic firm opens in Germany to help manage risk and claims

News, Commercial Risk EuropeSeptember 2016

Insurance / Quantification / Financial Lines / Liability / Casualty / Property

Commercial Risk Europe spoke with Christian Skodczinski about the opening of RGL's first office in mainland Europe.

As appeared in Commercial Risk Europe, 9 September 2016.

By: Ben Norris, Frankfurt

RGL Forensics, which specialises in forensic accounting, has chosen Germany as the home of its first office in continental Europe, to help companies better manage risk and claims.

The firm, which has opened its new base in Frankfurt, will concentrate on business interruption and stock loss risks. It will predominantly provide support for German companies, insurers, brokers and law firms to manage claims. However, it can also carry out pre-loss risk identification and quantification for corporates.

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