HDI Global Singapore managing director Graham Silton talks about the Asian insurance markets and the impact of COVID-19.
Maritime NZ has published guidelines about a sharp increase required in insurance cover or other financial security for marine oil spills from offshore installations.
The Singapore Academy of Law's Law Reform Committee has published its Report on Reforming Insurance Law in Singapore, that among other things, recommends that marine insurance brokers should no longer be personally liable to pay premium to the insurer.
Markel International, has recently appointed two marine underwriters, Nitin Marathe and Danielle Yu, for the India and Hong Kong office respectively.
Marine insurance premiums in the Jordanian market witnessed a noticeable decline in 2019, compared to 2018.
The government has rescinded a regulation making it compulsory for coal exporters to ship their coal on Indonesian-registered vessels.
Maersk has the largest exposure out of all shipping companies to a slowdown in the Chinese economy with $27bn dollar exposure according to analysis conducted by Russell Group.
The new regime for Uganda's Marine Insurance starts in April 2020 and thereafter will become compulsory by July, according to the Insurance Regulatory Authority (IRA).
In an official statement, the organisers of the PIAM-IUMI Asia Forum 2020 announced that the event scheduled to take place in Kuala Lumpur on 10-11 June 2020 has been cancelled, owing to the worsening global COVID-19 situation.
The legislative framework for marine insurance in Morocco needs to be modernised, an insurance regulatory official has said.