Alexis Nichols (Nicolacopoulos) has been named vice president of Brokerage & Management Corp., 76 Beaver Street, New York, N.Y.
10005, it was announced by G. Callimanopulos, president.
Mr. Nichols joined Brokerage & Management in 1972 as operations manager. Before that, he was marine claims adjuster with Lamorte, Burns & Company, Inc., and handled freight, demurrage and defense disputes in consultation with the leading British underwriters concerned.
He brings with him considerable varied experience, primarily in the transportation field, acquired both in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Brokerage & Management's principal activities involve the operation of a fleet of tankers, bulk carriers, and combination carriers engaged in worldwide trading.
Mr. Nichols attended the Athens College, University of Edinburgh, and the New London, Conn., Submarine School while serving in the Royal Greek Navy. His professional affiliations include membership in the Society of Maritime Arbitrators.
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