Insurance Marine News
Insurance Marine News is a daily email service, weekly e-roundup and online source of information, analysis and opinion reporting for professionals in the global marine insurance industry. By scouring information sources across the world, we can bring to our readers clear, timely and to-the-point insight on those developments that really matter to them.
The Marine Insurer
The Marine Insurer was launched in 2019. Published to coincide with our own and other industry-leading events, the publication has been extremely well received and has a readership that ranges from ship owners, insurers and brokers to service providers. Most of the content is provided by industry leading professionals, as well as our own journalists. The journal is free to receive and is circulated amongst our global members, conference attendees and subscribers.
The International Underwriting Association of London (IUA) is the representative body for companies in London providing international and wholesale insurance and reinsurance coverage. The IUA is at the forefront of market modernisation initiatives, promoting the design and implementation of modern processes and electronic interfaces using ACORD data standards. From placing to claims and accounting and settlement, our objective is to enable a more efficient marketplace.
London & International Insurance Brokers’ Association (LIIBA) represents the interests of Lloyd’s insurance and reinsurance brokers operating in the London and international markets. Our origins can be traced back to 1910. We have the support of the vast majority of Lloyd’s Brokers, accounting for over 95% of the Market’s business. Our membership are truly international, and has developed as the Lloyd’s and London markets has progressed. Our very experienced team offer a wide range of skills and experience in many areas of the wholesale, commercial and reinsurance markets.
Maritime London is the industry-led body representing maritime professional services in the UK. Funded by companies and organisations from a wide range of disciplines, Maritime London works to ensure that the UK remains a world-beating location to base maritime related business and to conduct maritime trade. Membership of Maritime London is open to any company that is able to demonstrate support for the UK’s maritime services sector on a global basis. .
Splash is the site for incisive, exclusive maritime news and views 24/7. It is also the home of Maritime CEO.
Marine U35s Insurance Group
The Marine U35 Insurance Group is a non-profit organisation and is comprised of over 1000 young members from all areas of the marine and Energy insurance market, and is represented by a committee of 15 members, who organise lectures, educational visits and social events for our members.
The American Institute of Marine Underwriters (AIMU) has over 100 hundred years of service as the trade association representing the United States ocean marine insurance industry as an advocate, educator and information center. AIMU provides an active program of support services to assist the U.S. marine insurance industry in providing its global customers with a level of performance unsurpassed in the world. Its worldwide network of surveyors (Correspondents) aids its members in handling claims with speed and efficiency. AIMU publishes a Weekly Bulletin, which provide its members with current information on maritime matters, media reports, legislation and court decisions. Through its educational programs, AIMU fosters the highest standards of professionalism, stimulates creativity and innovation and enhances the industry’s traditional commitment to service. AIMU ensures that U.S. marine insurers are heard by lawmakers, regulators and international bodies. It testifies before congressional committees and worKs closely with organizations and participates in coalitions focused on improving safety and preventing cargo-related crime. AIMU is the forum for action on the significant issues that affect U.S. marine insurers, reinsurers and the international trade community. https://www.aimu.org/