Audiovisual Equipment

Audiovisual equipment has a variety of applications: television, film, sporting events, festivals, concerts, exhibitions, fairs, etc. It can be split into four main categories: video (cameras, lenses, etc.); sound (microphones, UHF, etc.); light (projectors, etc.); and stage structures (lifting platforms, set scenery, etc.).

As they are easily transportable and moved frequently, this fragile equipment is highly vulnerable to theft and breakage (e.g., a fall, improper handling, impact while being moved, etc.).

When an incident occurs, loss adjusters must react quickly to avoid additional costs (e.g., rental fees or operational losses) and to ensure that the policyholder’s professional activity can proceed, all while respecting insurers’ coverage clauses.

Our loss adjusters, some of whom have a background in the world of entertainment, have all the technical skills needed to accurately calculate damages to audiovisual equipment. They also make sure to keep abreast of this field’s technological developments.


Antony CHENG
Loss adjuster

After graduating from Hong Kong Baptist University, I completed my studies, in French, in business and management. In 2014 I started working as a loss adjuster for an international firm.
In late 2015, I joined GM Consultant's Asia division to handle claims involving recourse in China and the Asia-Pacific region. I also manage claims in the field of Arts and Media, collaborating with the French teams and our Italian office, as well as cases involving financial fraud and professional liability.
I am fluent in four languages, which enables me to efficiently handle international cases.