Speakers / Henry Dumas
Henry’s career has exclusively been in the forensic accounting and economic damages field. Since 2008, while based in both London and Singapore, he has travelled extensively around the world measuring economic losses for a variety of industries.
He has handled numerous large and complex insurance losses following significant catastrophic events such as the Chile earthquake in 2010, Sendai earthquake 2011, Thai floods 2012, Typhoon Yolanda 2013, the chemical explosion in Tianjin China and most recently Typhoon Hato in Hong Kong.
Specifically for the power industry, he has modelled PPA’s for both pre and post loss business interruption reviews in Malaysia, Bangladesh, Laos, Thailand and Indonesia as well as worked on other power losses in Australia, Philippines, the UK and Singapore.
His role at Willis Towers Watson is Head of the Forensic Accounting & Complex Claims Practice for Asia. Based in Singapore, he works on a variety of engagements in respect of measuring economic damages during complex insurance claims on behalf of Willis Towers Watson’s clients. These primarily relate to property damage, business interruption, delay in start up and product recall cases. He also consults on business interruption policy wordings and pre loss risk exposure.