25th April 2016
Charles Taylor Assistance has appointed a Head of Corporate Services: extending its risk management and assistance
capabilities for corporate travellers and supporting the recent launch of its integrated medical and security service, Intrinsic.
Chris Knight, who takes on the new role, brings extensive experience from senior positions in the British Army and security services industry. He has undergone numerous tactical and strategic deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan and has specialised in operational planning and intelligence analysis.
Chris, who has also operated dynamic medical, security and natural disaster evacuations from complex and challenging environments (including Gaza and Kurdistan) will manage relationships with CEGA’s key corporate clients in the context of combined security and medical risk. This will see him ensuring that the highest quality of service is provided and that process and procedure is constantly reviewed within the corporate team. He will also hold a business development role.
“In today’s climate of increasing travel risk, Chris offers invaluable expertise to our corporate clients,” says Neil Heasman, CEGA’s operations director. “His appointment supports our strategic growth and development plans in the corporate arena and further differentiates our integrated medical and security services in the marketplace.”
“With the ever closer union of medical and security needs for corporate travellers, this is an exciting time to join CEGA,” adds Chris. “The new role offers an opportunity to help shape and deliver an innovative strategic vision for the benefit of employees travelling and working overseas in a changing risk landscape.”