CAT response services: Widespread flooding hits many Malaysia states

December 20, 2021

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Floods swept through the Klang Valley, parts of Selangor as well as the East Coast of Malaysia due to a one-in-a-100-year heavy rainfall from December 17 to 19.

The effects of Typhoon Rai that lashed the Philippines and the high tides occurring during the monsoon season further aggravated the situation.

The flooding has displaced tens of thousands, blocked roadways and disrupted traffic at Port Klang. We’re also beginning to learn the breadth and depth of the losses to commercial and residential properties. To those impacted, we are with you and we are here to help. Sedgwick’s dedicated team of 100 adjusters (including adjusters mobilized from the other states) are onsite to support clients and their insureds with flood claims during this difficult time.

Catastrophe contacts
We are currently monitoring our claim numbers and can also draw on the expertise from Sedgwick colleagues across the nation to assist us at short notice. If there are any specific requirements, please contact our catastrophe team listed below.

Paul Hough
CEO Singapore / Head of MCL- Asia
+65 9637 7561
[email protected]

David Seng
Head of property, regional executive adjuster, MCL – Asia
+65 9147 8178
[email protected]

Ir Aldrin Wong
Chief executive officer/managing director
+60 12 289 0193
[email protected]

Soo Kwong Weng
Deputy chief executive officer
+60 017 300 1028
[email protected]

Reuben Francis
Deputy chief executive officer
+60 017 738 9147
[email protected]

Lee Seet Chye
Executive director
+60 012 213 7183
[email protected]

Tags: Asia, CAT response, Catastrophe, flooding, Malaysia, Recent CATS, Typhoon Rai, Weathering disasters