New Singapore CEO for Cunningham Lindsey

On the move

David Seng has been appointed as the new chief executive officer for global claims management and loss adjusting firm Cunningham Lindsey’s Singapore business, the company has announced. David has been tasked with leading the Singapore team to further enhance its client partner relationships by improving the high levels of client service delivery, continuing to protect client’s brands and carefully managing claim costs.

David joined Cunningham Lindsey in 2004, leading its Singapore-based adjusting team for a number of years. He is a chartered loss adjuster, chartered insurance professional and also an Associate of the Singapore Insurance Institute, 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 (AICLA). David further holds diplomas in Quantity Surveying and Business (Loss Adjusting). 

Cunningham Lindsey has said that David’s promotion will mean that current Singapore CEO Robert Williams will move to a major and complex loss regional role and be responsible for executing on significant losses, liaising with reinsurers and ensuring the continual improvement of the firm’s high standards of technical quality throughout the region.

Singapore is one of the key markets for Cunningham Lindsey in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, the company says, with over 1,200 staff being located in the APAC region as a whole. Damon Bennett, chief executive officer of Asia Pacific, said: “David’s wealth of experience in handling major losses and deep-seated knowledge of the region will significantly enhance the capability of the Singapore team and further strengthen our positioning and services across the region. Being able to attract a person of David’s calibre underlines our commitment to continually improve service delivery to clients across the region. I am confident that, under his leadership, the team in Singapore will continue to contribute to the success of Cunningham Lindsey in APAC.”