Agrical says goodbye to its longest serving Scottish adjuster

Chartered loss adjuster, Agrical, has said goodbye to its longest serving adjuster based in Scotland as Iain Mahon retires.  The company marked Iain’s retirement with a presentation dinner at the Ballathie Country House Hotel on the banks of the River Tay in Perthshire.

Iain worked for Agrical for ten years, joining the company just after it was born out of a merger of Morris Associates and Phoenix Chartered Loss Adjusters in 2002.

Iain is a highly qualified loss adjuster – a BSc graduate from St Andrews University, an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute, a Chartered Insurance Practitioner, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, an Associate Building Engineer and a Past President of Perth Insurance Institute. He managed a broad spectrum of losses and covered the whole of Scotland on his own for six years.  In the last four years Agrical has grown its Scottish loss adjusting team to four.

Agrical chief executive Mike Collins said: “We’re sorry to say goodbye to Iain, he’s been a great member of the team – hardworking, empathic to clients and highly experienced, everything Agrical stands for.  We wish him all the best for his retirement.”