Since joining Keoghs in 2002 Fraser has undertaken a variety of technical, management and business development roles. Moving into credit hire in 2007, one of his first tasks was to co-ordinate a bulk litigation project against a well known credit hire organisation for one of our major insurer clients.
As Director of Credit Hire Fraud, Fraser was instrumental in the formation and growth of our credit hire fraud department. He is responsible for developing and implementing key credit hire fraud strategies, working closely with insurers to identify current threats and provide strategic advice. He also delivers bespoke training and case surgeries to clients on credit hire fraud issues.
Fraser also has various client account management roles for a number of Keoghs insurer clients.
Latest Insights by Fraser McAndry
Head of Credit Hire Fraud, Fraser McAndry, looks at this niche area and how it differs from ‘standard’ fraud typologies, examining the shift in approach needed to validate and investigate such claims.
Fraser McAndry dissects storage and recovery claims, to discover the issues and potential solutions for insurers.
The Keoghs credit hire and credit hire fraud teams held a mock ‘trial’ for clients in June, taking over the Moot Court room at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston.
Fraser McAndry takes a look at the increasing frequency of suspicious storage and recovery charges.
Fraser McAndry considers why we don’t see more CHOs or AMCs joined into proceedings either for the purposes of costs or, more seriously, where claim fraud is alleged.
We take a look at some of the recent successful cases in the pre-litigation credit hire fraud team. The cases illustrate the different ways in which a successful outcome can be achieved and highlight the need to have a forensic attention for detail when undertaking CHF investigations.