Insurance vs. Reinsurance: 20/80%
Treaty vs. Facultative Reinsurance: 75/25%
Workshops, as Trainee: 2; September 2002, March 2009
Ethics Training, as Trainee: 1; March 2010
ARIAS Conference Faculty: 4; Spring 2003, Fall 2008, Spring 2012, Spring 2017
Lydia B. Kam Lyew is the Principal of REnamics LLC, a consulting firm focused on the reinsurance/insurance industry. Her consulting practice scope includes: arbitration; mediation; expert witness; litigation management support; due diligence reviews/audits: underwriting, claims, forensic research/data recovery & analysis; management/marketing strategies & tactics; product development; commutations; runoff; and research projects. Ms. Kam Lyew also provides extensive market intelligence and technical expertise on the re/insurance industry segment to the investment banking community.
Ms. Kam Lyew is a Certified Arbitrator, Qualified Mediator and member of AIDA U.S. Reinsurance and Insurance Arbitration Society (ARIAS-U. S.). She is listed in Arbitrator Directories of ARIAS, Reinsurance Association of America (RAA) and Association of Insurance & Reinsurance Run-Off Companies (AIRROC).
Ms. Kam Lyew serves as Expert Witness in re/insurance matters and is listed in Juris Pro and SEAK. In her capacity as arbitrator or expert witness, Ms. Kam Lyew has reviewed claims and coverage disputes involving insureds; insurers; reinsurers; retrocessionaires; managing general agents as well as financial institutions. Issues have included facultative certificates as well as treaty contracts; primary policies as well as umbrella/excess; asbestos; pollution; aggregation/accumulation of claims; allocation; declaratory judgments; timely claims notice; treatment of defense expense; occurrence; bad faith as well as a myriad of other complex matters. Ms. Kam Lyew has experience and technical expertise in many areas, including specialty casualty coverages such as, but not limited to, Product Liability; all forms of Professional Liability including Medical Malpractice; Directors’ and Officers’ liability; Errors & Omissions; Employment Practices Liability; Media/Libel and Slander; Financial Institutions E & O; Political Risk; ERISA/Pension Trust Liability; Workers’ Compensation, ART