CHES Specialized Solutions responds to Quebec City’s demand with new senior appointments

TORONTO, ON, NOVEMBER 18, 2021 / insPRESS / – CHES Specialized Solutions today announced the appointment, in Quebec, of two main underwriters to respond to the demand made by brokers in the region.

“Following the recent announcement of the opening of our new insurance division in Quebec City, we were inundated with broker service calls and in order to meet demand, we are delighted to announce the appointment of two leading market practitioners as primary underwriters, ”said Gary Hirst, President and CEO of CHES Special Risk.

CHES Specialized Solutions announced the appointment of Martine Bertrand and Kim Lessard to senior underwriter positions in order to respond to the call for service and product distribution from their new offices in the capital of Quebec.

“We are delighted to have attracted the talent that these two underwriters bring to the organization, and in particular to the Quebec City office,” said Senior Vice-President and Director of CHES Specialized Solutions, Gabriel Morneau, “CHES heard the call of brokers and are delighted to have attracted the caliber of underwriter that brokers have come to expect from the team here at CHES ‘

“CHES Specialized Solutions has impressed us with the professional approach and depth of product that we know brokers need in the region,” said Martine Bertrand, “The local response to a local need is a winning formula” added Kim Lessard.

Both appointments are effective immediately and can be contacted at [email protected]

ABOUT CHES Risque Spécial Inc. | CHES Specialized Solutions

CHES Special Risk Inc. was established as a Managing Agent and Wholesale Broker in 2004, in response to demand from brokers in the face of a tightening market, later becoming a fully accredited Lloyd’s coverholder in 2009. CHES Special Risk is a fully independent MGA offering “A” rated capacity in both hard to place and standard line classes and supporting their retail brokers in the growth and development of their business.

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