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Cerno Chief Executive Officer appointed

Appointment notice
Monday 6 August 2012

Cerno Chief Executive Officer appointed

The Board of Cerno International New Zealand is pleased to announce that Dean Garrod has been appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Cerno New Zealand (formerly McLarens Young New Zealand) with immediate effect. Dean has been Cerno’s interim CEO since June this year.

Formerly Managing Director of Cerno International (Auckland) Ltd and a Director of Cerno International New Zealand Ltd, Dean has more than 23 years industry experience. Cerno is confident that Dean’s experience and leadership will see Cerno New Zealand continue to grow in strength.

About Cerno New Zealand
Formerly McLaren’s Young New Zealand, Cerno New Zealand is one of New Zealand’s leading independent loss adjusters. With over 50 years experience in the industry and extensive international connections and partnerships, Cerno investigates, assesses, adjusts and resolves insurance claims as well as carrying out risk surveys and sum insured reviews for insurers, brokers and self-insured’s.
Cerno operates primarily in the insurance-related claims and risk management market with expertise in the areas of property (commercial & personal), liability, marine, motor (including machinery), agriculture, construction & engineering claims assessment.

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