Post interviews Marsh's Graham Purdon - the winner of the Claims Awards Asia-Pacific 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Claims Club Asia-Pacific has two events this month in Singapore and Sydney.
The entry deadline for the Claims Awards Asia-Pacific 2016 is 30 June.
Praveen Chhajed, vice president and head of non-motor claims at Indian insurer Bajaj Allianz, reflects on winning two awards at the Claims Awards Asia last year.
The entry process for the Claims Awards Asia-Pacific is now open.
Nehemiah Neo explains how loss adjusters can help support the reputation of the industry by helping facilitate interim payments when disaster strikes.
Chris Sandilands argues that the loss adjusting process is perfectly suited to being disrupted by the 'gig economy', leading to benefits for insurers and policyholders alike. Perhaps most surprisingly, using freelancers for claims surveys could lead to...
Aon's clients alone have already suffered losses in excess of $1bn (£700m) from last year's Tianjin port disaster in China.
The explosions at China's Tianjin Port on 12 August brought home the fatal consequences of improperly storing dangerous cargo.
At the final Claims Club Asia of 2015 in Hong Kong, an audience of claims professionals heard from experts on cyber risks.
Post interviews Chay Wilkinson, Markel's first head of claims for the Asia-Pacific region.
Nick Derrick, chairman of the International Union of Marine Insurance cargo committee, told this year's conference the explosions in Tianjin on 12 August are a "substantial wake-up call."
Paul Spurdle, technical director at Crawford China, reports what the teams from his firm saw after the devastating explosions that ripped through storage facilities at the port of Tianjin, in north-eastern China, on 12 August.
Derek Martin a senior member of Zurich's Asia-Pacific claims team talks to Post ahead of his speaking slot at the Claims Conference Asia - Singapore.