Seven senior staff members believed to have recently quit

Senior staff have resigned at Teceris after the loss adjuster revealed plans to axe up to six posts.

The Capita-owned business said “current market conditions” were forcing it to make redundancies.

Insurance Times understands that seven senior staff recently resigned.

It is not known if the former president of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, George Moss, is among them. He joined as global business director in December last year.

A Capita spokesman said: “Teceris is currently undergoing a restructure of its business in order to provide an increased focus on operational performance and business development.

“In any organisation where there is substantial change, individuals will seek a career elsewhere, and a number of partners within the business have expressed a wish to do so.

“All will continue to work at Teceris for the duration of their notice periods.”

The spokesman added: “We have taken steps to ensure there will be no disruption to the service to clients during this period, or following the departures of the individuals concerned, and we will continue to keep the size and range of expertise of the senior team under review, as you would expect, in line with changing market demands.”