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Marine Risk

Insurance Day’s sister publication, Lloyd’s List, traditionally speaks to protection and indemnity insurers. This special report from Insurance Day examines the broader concerns of the marine insurance and reinsurance markets.


Marine insurers must offer support with emerging risks: Iumi’s Denèfle

Iumi president, Frédéric Denèfle, describes the environmental and economic tests the marine insurance market must pass

International Marine Special Report

Marine reinsurance capacity still plentiful: Lockton Re’s Stephenson

Head of Lockton Re’s marine and energy division, Martin Stephenson, gives his assessment of the impact of Russia-Ukraine-Belarus exclusions

Marine Broker Ukraine War

Hull market trends have not taken the shine off London

The London market may have lost some of its dominance in hull insurance, but its longstanding reputation in marine remains strong

London Lloyds Marine

Marine is firmly part of SiriusPoint’s vision: Smyth

SiriusPoint’s Stephen Smyth describes the state of play in marine underwriting, the enduring appeal of Lloyd’s and his outlook on the international market

London Lloyds Specialty

‘Dark fleet’ a major concern for marine losses: WTW’s Lockwood

Rise in sanction-busting practices has had a more dramatic influence on marine insurance than the pandemic, WTW’s head of shipowners says

International Special Report Marine

Welcome to the shipping coalface

Everyone with a well-paid desk job in white-collar shipping services should be properly grateful to the workforce that keeps the industry moving

International Europe Crewing

Insurers can do more to improve safety in shipping

In almost every shipping incident, the issue is non-compliance with regulation. The procedures are in place, but the practice is lacking

Marine Special Report Safety

Insurers must lose their fear of covering perishable cargo: Parsyl’s Spencer

Chief insurance officer, Gavin Spencer, charts the cargo insurtech’s journey from Lloyd’s Lab to the US State Department

International Lloyds Marine

Mutuals have the leeway to pay discretionary claims

The Russian invasion of Ukraine and the Hamas attack on Israel underline the crucial contribution insurance makes to allowing seaborne trade to continue when conflicts are in full flow

Middle East and Africa Europe Marine
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Lloyd's remains watertight as marine market of choice: Gallagher's James

Gallagher’s managing director of marine insurance, Andrew James, discusses new capacity into the sector, pricing trends and the impact of Ukraine war exclusions 

London Lloyds Specialty

What marine insurance buyers want

Trust is more important than getting the lowest-cost cover, buyers insist

International Marine Special Report

Identifying marine risks in the transition to a decarbonised future

Re/insurers are facing the prospect of their policyholders being pursued by plaintiffs in numerous protracted, complex and expensive pieces of litigation

Viewpoint International Marine

Cargo insurers shifting more attritional loss to clients: IQUW’s Heeley

Specialty re/insurer’s lead marine cargo underwriter, Scott Heeley, outlines how marine claims have evolved and the increasingly prominent role of contract logistics

Marine International Special Report

Investors in clean shipping must accept risk of stranded assets: UCL’s Smith

Dr Tristan Smith, director of Umas, outlines the investment risks associated with the fuels needed to decarbonise shipping

International Sustainability Marine