QuestGates Completes on Amedeo Adjusting Deal

QuestGates today announces the completion of its first deal of the year with the acquisition of Amedeo Adjusting. This acquisition has been completed without the need for external funding.

Founded in 2003, Amedeo provides property and liability loss adjusting services from offices in Glasgow, London, Manchester and Birmingham. It has a long-standing reputation for providing catastrophe services in the Bahamas and Jamaica which will enhance the global capabilities of QuestGates as part of the vrs Adjusters organisation.

All Amedeo staff will transfer to QuestGates including founder, Andrew Richmond.

QuestGates Director for First Party Services, Colin Ganson, says: “The founding principles upon which Andrew and his team have built their business almost mirror our own – providing traditional loss adjusting services combined with technical expertise to deliver the highest possible level of customer service. They’re an outstanding team and their expertise will only add to our property teams in these key regions of the country and help us to meet the increasing volume of cases that we’re managing as a result of a number of significant contract wins over recent months.”

Amedeo founder, Andrew Richmond adds: “We’re delighted to become part of the QuestGates team. They share our values and our approach to doing business – something that was an incredibly important factor in our decision. Not only that, they have built an outstanding reputation in the industry and that was equally important to us as we have worked extremely hard over the years to always do the right thing for our clients. We’re all relishing the opportunities that lie ahead in joining the QuestGates family.”

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