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Bala Subramaniam

Bala Subramaniam

Managing Director, Charles Taylor Adjusting

Telephone +603 2246 6085
Mobile+6012 744 0237
Email bala.subramaniam@charlestaylor.com
Address

Level 8, Tower 8, Avenue 5,
The Horizon Phase 2, Bangsar South,
No 8, Jalan Kerinchi,
59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Expertise

Property, Commercial, Financial line losses, Casualty, Catastrophic losses and motor related claims.

About This Individual
  • SG Bala, who has completed his law degree and bar exams, started his career as a legal practitioner in 1994 and thereafter in 1996 started his first job in the insurance industry as an adjuster with an international adjusting firm.
  • Prior to joining CTA, he was a Deputy CEO, managing large and complex losses, including canvassing new business. His vast experience in managing and handling catastrophic losses has also generated substantial savings for Insurers.
  • SG Bala, joined CTA in November 2020 as the Managing Director of CTA Malaysia and leads the Malaysian Team and also assist CTA Singapore in their regional work-related matters

Professional Qualifications

  • LLB Hons
  • CLP
  • ACI Arb

Languages

  • English
  • Bahasa Malaysia
  • Tamil 
  • Cantonese

Notable Assignments

  • Flood claim in Thailand involving a Pharmaceutical Factory in Thailand (IAR including BI loss (over RM600 million)
  • Mechanical Breakdown claim involving a refinery in Malaysia (IAR including BI loss over RM200 million)
  • Mechanical Breakdown claim at a mining company in Malaysia (IAR including BI loss over RM160 million)
  • Various Fire claim (between RM100 to RM400 million)
  • Fidelity claim involving an investment company in Singapore (over RM40 million)
  • Construction All Risks claim - fire at construction site in Malaysia (over RM22 million)
  • Various Product Liability claim in Asia (in the excess of RM20 to RM30 million)