Technical Director Asia for Lloyd Warwick International. Matt is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters with over 22 years of experienced handling complex operational and construction claims in the power, downstream energy (refining and petrochemicals), construction, engineering, and manufacturing sectors. He also has considerable experience of ensuing business interruption, contingent business interruption, and financial lines losses.
Matt began his adjusting career in London in 1999, handling claims of various business classes in both the UK and across mainland Europe. He moved to Thailand in 2012 in the role of Technical Advisor handling several significant losses arising out of the 2011 Thai floods, in addition to various power, energy, and construction claims.
In 2017, Matt moved to a niche adjusting practice based in Singapore, initially as a Senior Adjuster before taking the role of Technical Director for the Asia region in 2019. During this time, he managed numerous highly technical claims across Asia and the Middle East.
Matt joined LWI in 2021 as Technical Director Asia.
Matt has been involved in and handled a variety of major and complex claims, including:
- Power: combined cycle, coal-fired, and geothermal power plant losses in South-East Asia, India, Pakistan, North Africa, Europe, and South America
- Renewable Energy: on/off-shore wind, PV and CSP solar, hydropower, and biomass plants across South-East Asia, Sub-Continent, Middle East, and North Africa
- Refining and Petrochemical: India, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Cambodia, Kuwait, Turkey
- Construction: power plant and petrochemical facilities, infrastructure projects, and civil construction across South-East Asia and Europe
- Manufacturing & Engineering: semiconductor, motor assembly, technology and appliance manufacturing plants, and numerous machinery breakdown incidents in South-East Asia
- Retail / Hotel & Leisure: property damage, business interruption loss, and political violence risks in South-East Asia and Europe