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Insight Strengthens Ties With VRS Adjusters Group
Sunday, 1 March 2009
Insight Press Release

Insight, the award-winning Singapore based loss adjuster, has boosted its links to
vrs adjusters, the global loss adjusting network, ahead of a major vrs re-branding
move.

 

Insight is to assist vrs in its efforts to focus on global property, casualty and marine
programmes, engineering and catastrophe claims in Asia as part of a major rebranding
exercise for vrs.

 

Insight Loss Adjusters Managing Director, Mr Nehemiah Neo said today : “Insight
has been working closely with the vrs group for six years now as the partnership’s
recognized presence in Asia.

 

Now we are moving closer to vrs as we believe the other group partners have
recognized just how important the Asia region is for the global loss adjusting
community today.

 

Asia will inevitably produce increasingly large and complex insurance claims and it is
vital for vrs to have a dedicated and professional partner company with a strong
network in the region – Insight fulfills that need,” he said.

 

As part of Insight’s plan to strengthen its link with vrs, Mr Neo has agreed to act as
board secretary for vrs as the group gets included in several more global panels of
underwriters.

 

Insight, which won the Asian Insurance Industry ‘Loss Adjuster of the Year’ award in
November 2008, has an extensive network of associates and offices around the
region which will now act as a fully integrated part of the vrs Adjusters partnership.

 

Mr Neo added : “We already have a good track record with working with the other vrs
partners on such major insurance losses as Katrina in the USA, more recently the
bush fires in Australia, the series of natural catastrophes in China, Indonesia,
Philippines and Mynamar in the past few years and the south east Asia tsunami in
2004.

 

As part of the strengthening of links to the vrs adjusters network, Insight’s marine
division will relinquish its status as Lloyd’s Agent in Singapore from 1 April.

 

Mr Neo added: “This newly branded and expanded vrs operation in Asia will give
underwriters a fresh perspective on their loss adjusting panels. We shall bring new
ideas and I am confident it will be well received by the market.”