Rod Lingard

Rod Lingard

Rod is a Master Mariner with degrees in, Nautical Studies, Law and an MBA. As a long time P&I Claims Manager Rod has been servicing Greek shipping companies since the late 80’s and moved over the War side of the business about 4 years ago.

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Smuggling and ship detentions

At the last SAFETY4SEA Conference, Rod Lingard, Club Manager of the Hellenic Mutual War Risks Association (Bermuda) Limited, discussed ship detentions caused by smuggling. He particularly referred to a recent English Supreme Court decision, the insurance implications of the decision, as well as Loss Prevention measures.

Career Paths: Rod Lingard, Thomas Miller

Citing his personal experience, Mr. Lingard, who studied for an MBA in his 40s, insists that we are never too old for knowledge and names few of the many influential persons that he had the chance to meet.

War risks hot topics

Rod Lingard, Thomas Miller War Risks Services Ltd, focuses on war risks hot topics and outlines recent developments in a number of areas including, the Gulf of Guinea, particularly Nigeria, Somalia, Yemen and the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, Asia particularly the Sulu Sea.

The current status of Piracy in the Gulf Guinea

Rod Lingard, Joint MD, Hellenic War Risks analysed ''The current status of Piracy in the Gulf Guinea'' at the 2015 SAFETY4SEA Athens Forum. He provided an overview of the current state of piracy in the Gulf of Guinea and the...

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