International Marine Insurance Seminar by Lloyd’s Maritime Academy

by OldSailor on April 27, 2008



An interactive International Marine Insurance Seminar by Lloyd’s Maritime Academy is going to start from April 28. The seminar would go on for three days at Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Training Suite, London. This year the seminar has been extended to include Norwegian, US and German law.

Seminar highlights are:

Day 1

  • Marine insurance law: Overview and latest developments
  • Hull and machinery insurance: The fundamentals
  • War risks and war P&I
  • Reinsurance of state insurers and captives
  • Brokers duties and the duty of good faith
  • Marine liability cover (protection & indemnity) through the P&I clubs

Day 2

  • International regulation and ship owners’ limitation of liability
  • Claims settlements: Procedures in getting payment from underwriters
  • Norwegian marine insurance plan: A different approach to marine insurance
  • Workshop – Claims

Day 3

  • Practical Sessions
    • The role of the underwriter
    • Mind the gap with differences in conditions
  • FPSO’s (by a loss adjuster)
  • The broker’s perspective
  • Workshop – Marine insurance “in action”: A group interactive case study and workshop involving a major maritime casualty

Who should attend ?

  • Ship Owners
  • Ship Operators, Agents & Managers
  • Shipping Bankers & Financiers
  • Marine Surveyors
  • Crewing Agents
  • Ship Charterers
  • Insurance Brokers
  • Claims Adjusters, Assistants & Managers
  • P&I Executives
  • Maritime Lawyers
  • Marine Insurance Organizations
  • Regulatory & Government Representatives

More details are available at lloydsmaritimeacademy.

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