Cunningham Lindsey Australia is pleased to announce two new appointments to its internationally renowned Major & Complex Loss team (MCL Global). Paul Stanyon and Steve Cooke both join the Brisbane office with immediate effect.
Paul Stanyon is joining the MCL Global – Marine team, as a Senior Marine Surveyor. Steve Cooke joins the MCL Global – Construction team, as an Executive Adjuster.
Paul’s career began with a Naval Architecture cadetship in 1983 in Sydney. He has over 30 years of experience in commercial vessel and recreational boat construction, survey and design. Paul has worked in commercial vessel construction and design houses in Australia and in the UK. He was previously managing director of his own marine design and survey business. He is a full member of Australian Institute of Marine Surveyors (AIMS) and holds Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) certification as an Accredited Marine Surveyor.
Steve has over 30 years of extensive loss adjusting experience which encompasses major and complex losses in Southern Africa, Jamaica and New Zealand. Steve is recognised as an expert and specialist in major fire, construction and engineering losses. As an executive and lead Loss Adjuster, Steve has also managed multiple disciplines in respect of catastrophic storm events, metropolitan city assets and infrastructures.
Mark Thompson, Head of MCL Global Asia Pacific, said: “These appointments reflect our continued commitment to provide quality adjusting services nationally, aiming to continue to deliver the high levels of services our clients know and expect. Both Paul and Steve are highly regarded in the industries and both bring a high level of experience and understanding to their roles. Their appointments will support the range of services we can offer all our clients across Australia.”