In a Buyer’s market, what are the pricing challenges, trends and opportunities facing players in Asia’s Marine Insurance sector?
This year’s 2nd Asia Marine Insurance Conference returns as the premium peer networking, Maritime Risk Management, Claims Issues and Rates Renewal Dialogue event for Asia Ship-owners, Ship Managers and all Stakeholders.
The inherent tension in the dynamics between Ship Owners and their Insurers is set to continue as owners continue to face low freight rates, over-capacity in major trades and sectors and higher operating costs. Despite the risks faced being much higher, there are severe pressures on rates and saving costs.
In the age of the “mega ship” the ever-increasing size of cruise ships, containers and tankers is creating significant challenges for salvage operations when things do go wrong at sea. Claims arising out of maritime emergencies of ‘mega ships’ can be huge. How should the maritime industry deal with the increasing risks and costs of salvage operations?
By attending the 2nd Asia Marine Insurance Conference, you will receive the following takeaways:
Wide range of case studies on losses, claims and recovery with lessons for Shipowners, Ship Managers, Insurers, Reinsurers, Brokers & Claims Professionals
Trends and forecasts for Marine Insurance – how can you use this information to optimise operations and maximise opportunities?
How can your Risks be better insured and managed – what are the key considerations and solutions for this?
New Expert Panels on Hull & Machinery, Cargo, Offshore and Energy – what are the latest developments that Insurers and Marine Stakeholders need to be aware of?
P&I State of the Industry – What are the Clubs doing to prioritise risk and reduce claims? Find out more about Fixed Premium P&I Market.
Will P&I Renewals continue with previous ‘concessions’ as base?
The forthcoming renewals – what can the MarineInsurance sectors expect?
Refer to www.asiainsurancereview.com/airmarine for more details.