Specialist property services director Alex Finch among the departures

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Several senior executives have left loss adjuster Crawford in the UK and at group level, Insurance Times can reveal.

The changes come as the company continues to bed in its acquisition of fellow loss adjuster GAB Robins and seek cost savings.

In the UK, specialist property services director Alex Finch, head of Broadspire in Birmingham Nikki Southwick-Gough and general property claims management director Debbie Warren have all departed.

Broadspire is Crawford’s third-party administration business.

At group level, chief client officer Emanuel Lauria and Americas chief executive Vince Cole have also both left Crawford.

A Crawford spokeswoman confirmed the departures.

In its nine-month 2015 results, released last week, the US-based loss adjusting group announced a further restructuring plan designed to shave between $25m and $28m (between £16.4m and £18.4m) from its costs as it enters 2016.

This latest initiative comes on top of a previously announced restructuring plan targeting $22m of savings in 2016.