New shipowners’ insurance launched in Hong KongNovember 21 2017 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
Japanese shipper seeks sovereign guarantee for war-risk vessels: report
- March 23
NYK Line has asked the government to consider offering support similar to a 2012 bill that benefited tanker owners transporting Iranian oil amid European Union sanctions.
Further correction to Asia marine likely to be elusive
- March 22
The market is still under-priced but rate increases lag behind the European and US markets.
Axa XL strengthens Asia marine team with two senior level promotions
- March 17
The insurer has named Itono Hakim as head of marine hull and aviation and Woei Chi Tan as hull practice leader for the region.
Philippines oil spill could cost Shipowners’ Club over US$100m
- March 9
IAN understands that the P&I club is the sole insurer on a sunken oil tanker that was carrying 800,000 litres of toxic fuel oil.
Allianz Re: Agriculture Insurance in Asia: Protection gap and embracing technology
Digital transformation is at the heart of bridging protection gap and removing bottlenecks for farm cover in China and India.
AXA XL: Helping ESG move from the periphery to the mainstream
Underwriter Victoria Soo and Senior Risk Analyst Daryl Soh on how credit insurance helps finance infrastructure projects and other ESG investments.