Groupama is to press ahead with its review of its loss adjusting panel, despite the company being put up for sale by its French parent group.
The outcome of the review is likely to have a significant impact on the market for loss adjusting services. The sector has undergone two large shake-ups already this year – the sale of Independent's loss adjusting firm
Property and Casualty Services to Royal & Sunalliance and Norwich Union's decision to drop Miller Pycraft (Fisher) and Woodgate & Clark from its panel.
Groupama's current panel comprises McLarens, GAB Robins, Miller Fisher, Woodgate & Clark, Crawfords, Ashworth Mairs and PCS.
The insurer said it still planned to complete its review of loss adjusting requirements within the next few weeks.