Loss prevention is one of the many responsibilities of Protection & Indemnity (P&I) clubs, which extend well beyond pure risk transfer. Each club’s contribution should be significant, made as a service to members and to improve safety at sea, argues Mr. Bjørn Flåm, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Loss Prevention, Skuld.
Bjørn Flåm is Senior Vice President and Global Head of Loss Prevention, Skuld. Skuld is a world leading marine insurance provider with a strong financial position and an 'A' rating with Standard & Poor's. Skuld was established in Oslo in 1897 as a P&I club for Scandinavian shipowners. Since then, we have grown into a diversified marine insurer and now offer bespoke covers through Skuld P&I, Skuld SMA and Skuld 1897, a syndicate at Lloyd's. With headquarters in Oslo and a worldwide office network of around 270 highly skilled employees, Skuld provides members and clients with service and competence they can rely on, 24 hours a day.
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