Sedgwick expands Nordic operations

Sedgwick is entering the Finnish insurance market, following sustained growth across the Nordic region.

In the past 18 months, Sedgwick has revamped its Nordic operations, with the acquisition of Leif Hansen A/S in Denmark, hiring of Dan Sivertsen as Norway CEO, promotion of Julia Holm to Sweden CEO and appointment of Christian Leif Hansen as Nordic CEO.

Today, Noora Valla has been appointed Sedgwick CEO for Finland, bringing with her over two decades of loss adjusting experience at large firms in Finland. Valla has led teams across multiple product lines, with a focus on motor, bodily injury and liability claims.

“Our focus is helping clients deliver the best service possible to their insured customers,” said Christian Leif Hansen. “We create economies of scale by handling all of the claims within a specific area for our clients. Sedgwick’s presence in Finland means that we now have the last piece to complete the puzzle for the market in the Nordics.”

“It can be difficult and prohibitively expensive for smaller insurers to have all types of experts and claims handlers in house,” Valla said. “By working with an external partner like Sedgwick, firms can benefit from world-class specialty expertise and a deep pool of skilled talent whenever they are needed. It’s an exciting time of growth for our business in the Nordic region. I see a huge potential in the Finnish market and am eager to start the dialogue with current and potential customers.”

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