David Seng will move to CEO whilst current CEO Robert Williams moves to Major and Complex regional role

Cunningham Lindsey has appointed David Seng as chief executive officer for its Singapore business, with immediate effect.

Seng will focus on leading the Singapore team to further enhance the client and partner relationships by improving the high levels of client service delivery, continuing to protect client’s brands and by carefully manage claim costs.

In conjunction with David’s promotion, former Cunningham Lindsey Singapore CEO, Robert Williams, will move to a Major and Complex Loss regional role and be responsible for executing on significant losses, liaising with re-insurers and ensuring continual improvement of the firm’s high standards of technical quality is maintained throughout the region.

Williams has been based in Singapore since 1991 and spearheaded the Singapore team with his vast experience of the Asian market and has been an integral part of the development of Cunningham Lindsey’s leading operation there.

Seng joined Cunningham Lindsey in 2004 and has successfully built and led Cunningham Lindsey Singapore’s adjusting team for a number of years, dealing with liability claims throughout the Asia Region.

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.”