Rebecca Fuller becomes Kroll Global Head of Fixed Asset Advisory

09 September 2022 2 min. read
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Professional services firm Kroll has appointed Rebecca Fuller to lead its global fixed asset advisory wing. The promotion comes as record inflation has a dramatic impact on the value of property.

As UK inflation reaches new highs, the valuations of fixed assets such as property have also changed dramatically. As a result, many businesses and individuals suddenly find themselves dangerously underinsured, while having to consider a number of new challenges for the heightened value of their assets.

Kroll’s Fixed Asset Advisory Services wing works to help businesses tackle these changes head-on. The largest practice of its kind globally, the team is part of Kroll’s Valuation Advisory Services practice, and provides both traditional valuation programmes and automated valuation and reporting services, to a range of insurance companies and businesses.

Rebecca Fuller, Global Head, Fixed Asset Advisory, Kroll

As the Fixed Asset Advisory Services team looks to meet heightened demand for its consulting work, Kroll has installed a new leader to drive it forward. As Global Head of Fixed Asset Advisory Services at Kroll, Rebecca Fuller will now work with her team of more than 200 valuation experts, to focus on structured data collection and digital reporting that improves the financial oversight, regulatory compliance and risk management capabilities of their clients.

Speaking on her new role, Fuller told, “I’m proud to be leading Kroll’s Fixed Asset Advisory Service. UK businesses are currently navigating a difficult period as rising inflation rates impact fixed-asset valuations, making it more important than ever that they have the support to identify and address any issues of underinsurance efficiently. By leveraging Kroll’s team of fixed asset experts and its unrivalled, flexible no code valuation platform and digital reporting tools, we will continue to confidently service our clients through today’s challenges, and tomorrow’s.”

Fuller has been with Kroll – previously known as Duff & Phelps – for the best part of eight years. Most recently, she was the EMEA leader of its fixed asset management and insurance solutions wing. Alongside her new day-to-day role, Fuller also retains her leadership of Kroll’s Network of Women in London.

The network’s mission is to attract, retain and develop women within the business and encourage a diverse and inclusive team of colleagues. She is also launching Kroll’s first UK-based apprentice scheme, offering a two-year apprenticeship to school leavers and to applicants looking to change careers.