AON Motor Accident Management (AMAM) has announced a series of staff promotions as part of a strategic move into the European accident management market.
The company has promoted Steve Rattle, formerly managing director of the company's UK operation, to the position of European operations director.
Rattle said: 'My role involves expanding AMAM to encompass six additional countries, including France, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Spain and Italy in the first phase, with other countries coming on-line in the months ahead.
'Aon has offices in each country and we have identified local suppliers, set up a network of accredited bodyshops, and partnered with car hire organisations. The service is provided by local people in each country, but to a consistent standard with common reporting and a consolidated approach to risk and claims analysis.
'This brings major improvements to pan-European fleets, offering a consistency of service which is unique on a pan-European basis.'
Aon has also promoted:
Mary Johnston-Stokes to the position of European sales and marketing director. Concentrating on major blue-chip organisations operating fleets on a pan-European basis, the role will involve 'extensive co-ordination with Aon's strategic account managers, accident management and marketing teams across Europe'.
Jason Murton to the position European management information development executive. Murton is now responsible for the European data management system and the production and development of client statistical reports. The internet-based Aon Risk Monitor will condense and collate all claims made in the UK, France, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Italy and Spain.
Garry Holman to the position of European director of technical services. AMAM has more than 250,000 vehicles under management. Holman will be responsible for identifying and establishing pan-European resources for the repair of vehicles.