Our People

Our business is built upon extensive expertise and highly-experienced staff.

Professional Personnel

Alan Taylor

Director - Energy Practice

Experienced Underwriter and Claims Manager with excess of 40 years...

Paul Toon

Senior Engineering Consultant

Paul Toon, who joined GRS in 2021, has more than...

Alan Taylor

Position: Director - Energy Practice
Phone: +44 (0) 20 3857 5180
Email: ataylor@globalrisksolutions.com
Categories: Energy and Power, Global Management Team
Location: International, London

Experienced Underwriter and Claims Manager with excess of 40 years in the insurance industry. Skilled in Property & Casualty Insurance, Liability and Construction. Strong professional background with record of major claims management and resolution.

Paul Toon

Position: Senior Engineering Consultant
Phone: +44 (0) 7872 552656
Email: ptoon@globalrisksolutions.com
Categories: Construction and Engineering, Energy and Power, Engineering Consulting, Renewables
Location: London

Paul Toon, who joined GRS in 2021, has more than 25 years’ experience in loss adjusting. He is a Chartered Consulting Engineer and Project Manager, and an expert in renewable and conventional energy losses, oil & gas, petrochemicals, and construction & engineering claims. During his career, he has handled complex and technical claims throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East, and other regions. Paul also has been involved in large projects in the petrochemical, oil & gas, and pharmaceutical sectors, where he has led teams on turnarounds, equipment upgrades, and replacement.

Before joining GRS, Paul was a senior engineering consultant at Advanta Global Services and managing director of PWT Consulting, an engineering and loss adjusting firm doing business internationally. Prior to that, he held engineering and management roles at several global claims companies. He has an honors bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Northumbria University and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters.


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