Finance & Insurance

The futures market has constantly been re-adjusting since the beginning of this year and forward freight agreements (FFAs) have been underestimating the underlying strength of the dry bulk market.
In a bid to beat the potential impact of Brexit on its business teh UK P&I Club is setting up a subsidiary in the Netherlands.
This week, capesizes have displayed a solid performance, thanks to active fixing in the Asia-Pacific regions and firming freight derivative rates. The capesize rally has resulted the Baltic Dry Index…
Comprising some 8% to 9% of the global marine insurance market, China cannot be ignored but there are grave concerns about writing business there, CTX Special Risks ceo Thomas Cheung…
The Britannia P&I Club is expanding its presence in Hong Kong and has submitted an application for an underwriting licence in the city, coo Tim Fuller told Seatrrade Maritime News.
Cosco-managed and owned Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) has emerged as a "must stop" for any Chinese delegation considering an investment or business move in the Greece. And there are many.
Despite claims that they are necessary, especially in the wake of recent cyber attack cases, cyber risk policies are still not being bought. 
The arrested Parakou tanker Pretty Scene is set to go up for auction on 5 December in South Africa.
Dubbing it the "silent killer" International SOS medical director Olivier Lo said at a panel at the Asia Maritime Breakfast briefing on -Seafarers Welfare post-MLC 2006, that more needs to…
The wreck removal process in China is uncertain and there are concerns with transparency when the authorities become involved. As such shipowners are advised to actively and proactively engage the…
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