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Tobias Walter is appointed Managing Director of Cunningham Lindsey Zorn GmbH

21st Jul 2016

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Cunningham Lindsey today announced the appointment of Tobias Walter as Managing Director of its German operations effective July 1st 2016.  He replaces Dr Ulrich Mann, who is leaving the company after 21 years.

Mr Walter, joined Cunningham Lindsey in January 2016 as Commercial Director for Continental Europe, and he will retain his responsibilities for business development across Europe as part of his new role.

Jeroen Fröhlich, CEO Continental Europe for Cunningham Lindsey said: “I would like to congratulate Tobias on his new role. He brings a fresh perspective to our business, and the combination of his drive and market knowledge makes the future of Cunningham Lindsey in Germany very exciting. Supported by a deep understanding of our industry, he will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of new services supported by cutting-edge technologies, designed to improve our internal processes and our customers’ experience and service.”

“I would also like to express my deep gratitude to Ulrich for the outstanding contribution he has made to the business over the past 21 years.  He has played a pivotal role in transforming our German operations into the successful and well-respected loss adjusting firm it is today. We are sorry to see him go, but will continue to work closely with him.”

Tobias Walter said “I am delighted to be given this opportunity. We have a first rate team and a great reputation in the market. We have a very firm foundation to both extend our existing business as well as to add new products and services, leveraging our global footprint. This will enable us to respond to changing market conditions and needs of our clients.”

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