‘This event has become a must go’ David Matias, Country Manager at McLarens México speaks about the 2015 Miami | Latin American Claims (re) Insurance forum

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The first Latin American Claims (re) Insurance Forum has proved to be a magnificent opportunity for networking and discussion of matters of substantial emerging interest, currently shaping the (re)insurance reality of the region. The first forum has managed to attract key influential players of a region with more global appeal than ever. In the light of Miami’s progressing vast exposure upon the region, this event has become a must go since its birth for those occupied in the making of this fascinating realm of the Latin America (re)insurance markets.

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David entered the insurance profession in London in 1999 with a major Spanish insurance company. Experience was gained in their Underwriting and Claims departments. He then joined a major international adjusting firm in London, working in their home office liaison department and handling multiple interim overseas assignments before moving to Latin America in 2008. David has particular expertise and field experience in Energy (electricity utility sector) Construction, leisure industry, Automotive Industry, Mining, Contractors Plant and Equipment, Terrorism, in addition to CAT events and large fire losses.

David Matias BA (Hons), MA, Cert CII, Dip CILA – Country Manager – Mexico.

Since 2010 David has been working with McLarens, initially based in London, and handling multiple losses throughout the world, and from 2013 he moved back to Mexico where he handles individuals losses and also manages the handling of claims in other parts of Latin America.

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Overview. McLarens is a global claims service provider, headquartered in Atlanta, USA. McLarens focus is on helping clients achieve timely and equitable claims resolutions. McLarens performs claims management, loss adjusting, pre-risk and damage surveying, and auditing services for companies throughout the world. McLarens’ adjusters average over 20 years of claims experience and are well-positioned to deliver a consistent, proactive approach to client losses. Every client receives access to McLarens’ proven, proprietary, web-based claims management system which enables 24/7 access to up-to-the-minute claim information, regardless of the geographic location of the client or claim.

In relation to Client needs in Latin America, we continue to develop and strengthen our operational capability with offices manned by qualified and experienced adjusters, including other claims related experts. In addition, our coverage of the area is further enhanced through our continued relationship with numerous affiliate offices.

Operational capability is run and managed under the direct supervision of Howard Laidlaw, Regional Manager for Latin America and also a member of our Global Management Team. Based in Mexico City, operations have dedicated connections to the American, London and European markets to ensure efficient 24/7 communication between clients and specific offices.

Network coverage for the Latin America area extends to include the following:

Argentina (Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Mendoza & Neuquen)

Brazil (Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo)

Chile (Santiago)

Colombia (Bogotá, Cali and Mecdellin)

Ecuador (Quito and Guayaquil)

El Salvador (San Salvador)

Mexico (Mexico City & Veracruz)

Panama (Panama City)

Venezuela (Caracas)

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