Dwayne, Raymond, Portia and Martin
Martin has over 25 years’ experience as a claims manager, loss adjuster/surveyor, insurance broker and risk manager. As a claims manager, he headed up the property and casualty claims department of Barbados Fire & Commercial Insurance Company Ltd (now Sagicor General); as a loss adjuster and surveyor, he has worked on numerous property and casualty losses (and surveys) throughout the region; as a broker, Martin was General Manager and Director of Sales & Marketing of CGM Gallagher Insurance Brokers Ltd (Barbados & Eastern Caribbean), one of the largest insurance intermediaries in the Caribbean; and as a risk manager he was General Manager of Caribbean Risk Managers Ltd, a specialist risk management company and the Facility Supervisors for the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF).
Martin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree (Economics) from Bishop’s University in Canada and is an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute/Chartered Insurance Practitioner (UK) as well as an Associate in Risk Management with the Insurance Institute of America.
Dwayne has over 15 years’ experience in the insurance industry focusing on claims handling. He has extensive adjusting experience in property and casualty claims and has worked on a number of catastrophe events in the region.
Raymond has over 10 years’ experience in the insurance industry focusing on Liability and Personal Injury claims handling. Until recently (2016) he held the post of Assistant Claims Manager of the Litigation Department of CGI Consumers’ Guarantee Insurance Company Ltd. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Physics with Mathematics and also attained his Diploma in Insurance from the Barbados General Insurance Institute.
Portia has many years’ experience in the insurance industry with a strong background in claims management and negotiations. A former supervisor of a claims department within a regional brokerage firm, she is highly motivated, knowledgeable and experienced in dealing with property and casualty claims as well as natural disasters within the region.