GlobalOptions announced today that Roger A. Day has accepted an appointment to GlobalOptions’ Advisory Board. In this capacity, Mr. Day will offer strategic guidance as to GlobalOptions global leadership in the marketplace.
Prior to accepting the position, Mr. Day served as Executive Vice President for ACE Group for 10 years where he was responsible for the company’s international claims operations. He supported ACE’s property and casualty, as well as accident and health insurance businesses in 50 countries in the Asia Pacific and Japan; Latin America; and Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions. Prior to joining ACE Group, Mr. Day served as Managing Director of Claims in the United Kingdom for Zurich Financial Services, and served a variety of senior international claims roles with AIG for 25 years.
Commenting on the appointment of Mr. Day, Frank Pinder, President and CEO of GlobalOptions stated, “We are extremely excited about Mr. Day joining our Advisory Board. Mr. Day brings with him over 40 years of experience in international claims and will work closely with GlobalOptions’ executive team to continue to develop our international Counter Fraud and Special Investigation Unit programs. Mr. Pinder continued, “The complexity of investigating claims in a global program, coupled with the need to generate quantifiable metrics while maintaining considerations for variations in culture, currency, and data protection means that multi-national insurers need an experienced team they can rely on managing investigations on a global basis. Mr. Day’s extensive experience in structuring global programs internationally will be invaluable in maintaining GlobalOptions’ position as the global leader in combating insurance fraud.
Roger Day commented, “I am very impressed with GlobalOptions’ capability to provide fully outsourced comprehensive counter fraud programs on a multi-national level. This ability, coupled with GlobalOptions’ GlobalTrak technology platform will give multi-national insurers and corporations with the ability to consolidate investigative programs on a global basis and provide the key metrics and financial data to make effective decisions in how they manage claims and reduce the ever rising cost of insurance fraud.”