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  • UAE: Inaugural maritime insurance roundtable discusses strategies

    To enhance the competitiveness of the marine insurance sector, the "Maritime Insurance Roundtable" was held yesterday, with this initiative being the first of its kind in the UAE, says the law firm Fichte & Co which organised the event.

    Middle East | 11 Dec 2019
  • Hong Kong: Govt moves to introduce much awaited marine insurance tax incentive

    An amendment Bill to implement the tax relief proposals for marine insurance and specialty insurance will be introduced in the lawmaking body, the Legislative Council, next week.

    Asia | 11 Dec 2019
  • Four geopolitical risks could cripple marine insurance, says IUMI report

    The future of the global marine insurance sector remains uncertain against a risk landscape marred by the ongoing US-China trade conflicts, hostilities in the Middle East, rising levels of debt and political insecurity in many areas.

    Asia | 06 Dec 2019
  • P&I clubs in a low-growth world

    "The P&I system is doing a fantastic job of providing affordable insurance to ship owners," said BW Group chairman Andreas Sohmen-Pao at the International Group of P&I clubs inaugural VIP briefing in Singapore yesterday.

    Asia | 06 Dec 2019
  • Clubs are a big buyer of (captive) reinsurance

    The International Group of P&I clubs (IG) chairman Paul Jennings, speaking at its inaugural VIP briefing in Singapore yesterday, noted that the choice of Singapore as the launch pad for the event was a testament to "the importance of Asia to the future of protection and indemnity (P&I)."

    Asia | 06 Dec 2019
  • Singapore's maritime revolution 4.0

    The International Group of P&I Clubs held its inaugural VIP briefing in Singapore today under the theme of 'collectively stronger'.

    Asia | 05 Dec 2019
  • As Great Barrier Reef deteriorates, risk management is vital for building up resilience

    The condition of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia is so dire it should be insured for its economic value, according to a new report 'Great Barrier Reef Queensland, Australia.'

    Asia Risk | 04 Dec 2019
  • Major APAC ports could face $110bn losses in an extreme cyber attack

    A single cyber attack in Asia Pacific could cost a substantial $110bn in an extreme scenario in which a computer virus infects 15 ports across Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and China. This finding was revealed in a new research report entitled 'Shen attack: Cyber risk in Asia Pacific ports' which has been jointly produced by the Cyber Risk Management (CyRiM) project led by Nanyang Technological University, in collaboration with industry partners and academic experts including Lloyd's, a founding member of CyRiM.

    Asia | 04 Nov 2019
  • China: First online shipping insurance trading platform launched

    China's first online shipping insurance trading platform was launched on 18 October in Nansha in the southern metropolis of Guangzhou.

    Asia | 23 Oct 2019
  • Kuwait: Gulf tensions raise the cost of insurance on Kuwaiti oil tankers by 775%

    The cost of insuring Kuwait's oil tankers jumped by 775% in three months due to tensions in the Gulf region and international tankers being subjected to sabotage, reported Reuters.

    Middle East | 07 Oct 2019


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