QuestGates appoints new Motor Development Director

18 January 2023: Specialist loss adjuster, QuestGates, today announces the appointment of Chris Edwards to the newly created role of Motor Development Director.

Chris is a well-respected figure in the insurance and financial services sector. His most recent role was Chief Operations Officer and Business Development Manager for Digilog. Prior to that, he spent 17 years working for Connexus Group as Business Operations Manager, Head of Claims.

Working alongside QuestGates Divisional Director, Gary Woodhall, who has operational responsibility for our motor investigation services, Chris will focus on identifying new business opportunities as part of his role and will work with the wider motor and third-party services teams, to further enhance the QuestGates proposition and support the ongoing development of other motor related services.

In particular, he’ll be working with QuestGates’ historic motor investigation services team and the third-party property damage and motor claims handling capabilities we have, as a result of the acquisitions of TSS and, more recently, all-UK adjusters and C&S Associates.

Chris will report to QuestGates Director of Third Party Services, Stuart Lansdown, who says: “Chris is a hugely talented individual, with a diverse range of experience from his varying roles in the industry over the past thirty years. We are delighted to be able to attract someone of his calibre to work with our motor and third-party services teams to ensure we’re not only delivering the very best service in the business, but also to help us identify new opportunities to extend our reach in these sectors.”

Commenting on his new role, Edwards adds: “QuestGates is a forward-thinking organisation with a reputation for both technical and service excellence. I’m looking forward to bringing my experience and a fresh pair of eyes to help take the motor proposition to new levels and generate more opportunities for QuestGates to grow its share in this sector of the market.”