Claims adjuster reveals new Singapore CEO

Claims adjuster reveals new Singapore CEO | Insurance Business

Claims adjuster reveals new Singapore CEO
Cunningham Lindsey, an international global claims management and loss adjusting firm, has named David Seng CEO of its Singapore branch.

Effective immediately, Seng will work with the firm’s Singapore team to enhance client and partner relationships, protect client’s brands, and manage claim costs.

Seng joined Cunningham Lindsey in 2004, and eventually led the firm’s adjusting team for several years, dealing with claims across several Asian markets.

Aside from being a chartered loss adjuster, chartered insurance professional, and an associate of the Singapore Insurance Institute, Seng is a senior associate of the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance and a member of the Australasian Institute of Chartered Loss Adjusters. He holds diplomas in quantity surveying and business, specialising in loss adjusting.

Seng succeeded Robert Williams, who moved to a regional role related to major and complex losses.

According to Cunningham Lindsey, Singapore is one of its key markets in its Asia-Pacific regional operations. It has over 1,200 employees across 13 Asian countries, as well as Australia and New Zealand.


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