Alan started in Loss Adjusting as a trainee in 1984, working in the UK and developing his career until taking up his first overseas post in 1991, working on Compensation Claims as a result of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.
Following this, Alan has held roles in Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Bermuda, Hong Kong and Singapore in addition to his time in Indonesia. Alan first arrived in Indonesia in 1999 and now has circa 20 years of experience here.
During his career Alan has been heavily involved in a large variety of loss types and values, with a particular focus on Power, Onshore Energy, Engineering, Machinery Breakdown, Construction and BI/DSU/ALOP claims in the power generation and utilities, pulp and paper, downstream petrochemical and larger industrial sectors, along with being responsible for Nat Cat response teams following Earthquake, Tsunami and Hurricane losses in Asia, Europe and the Caribbean.
- Nat Cat Response – Hurricane Fabian Bermuda (USD Multi Million)
- Nat Cat Response – Earthquakes and Tsunami, Indonesia (USD Multi Million – various industries)
- Landslide – Coal Mining, Indonesia – Material Damage and BI, Indonesia (USD 45 Million)
- Machinery Breakdown – Copper Refining, Indonesia, Material Damage and BI (USD 30 Million)
- Machinery Breakdown – Power and Black Liquor Recovery Boilers, Indonesia, Material Damage and BI (USD Multi Million)
- Machinery Breakdown – National Power Company, Indonesia, Material Damage (USD 10 Million)
- Jetty Impact – Coal Handling Facility, Indonesia – Material Damage and BI (USD 10 Million)
- Earthquake/Tsunami – Wood Industry, Indonesia – Material Damage (USD 100 Million +)
- Riot/Fire – Shopping Mall, Indonesia – Material Damage/Loss of rent (USD 45 Million)
- Property Damage – Independent Power Producer, Indonesia – Material Damage (USD 12.5 Million)