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How have sanctions against Iran affected insurers

Prof. Dr. Dieter Schwampe, Partner at Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein, IUMI Professional Partner, talks about the sanctions that are taking place around the world, regarding Iran. The start was made with the termination of the US participation from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), on 5 August 2018, with EU following by publishing the Blocking Regulation.

Digitalization at the top of IUMI agenda

Data and digitalisation will become an even more important issue for shipping and will be one of top priorities for the International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI), was the key message of IUMI President Richard Turner, after setting the Union’s priorities for his term of office.

Canada’s compulsory insurance for passenger ships: Where it applies

Canada has set into force the Compulsory Insurance Scheme for Ships Carrying Passenger. As such, a person who performs the whole or part of a carriage by ship must maintain liability insurance coverage for damages for death or personal injury caused by an incident that occurs in the course of the carriage.

Nordic Marine Insurance Plan: Information between marine and war perils

In the latest revision of the Nordic Marine Insurance Plan, it was agreed to restrict the war risk cover to politically motivated interventions, with state interventions falling outside the war risk cover included in the marine insurance cover. The 2019 revision of the NMIP was approved by all parties and the document was published for use by insurance practitioners. The amendments in the 2019 version vary from small clarifications in clauses to more substantial re-writing of individual clauses.

Identifying Professional Indemnity claims: Blistering coatings

In a recent publication, Andrew Hodkinson and Joel Thornton from Charles Taylors Adjusting, outline how an Engineering Loss Adjuster can team up with appointed lawyers to quickly identify the key issues in a P&I claim and determine how best to establish probable root cause, liability and quantum aspects. In their first case-study, they explore P&I issues surrounding blistering coatings.

Ports deny the docking to Iranian vessels, official supports

According to local Iranian media, the chairman of Iran’s Shipping Society and related services, Massoud Polmeh reported that a large number of ports across the globe do not permit Iranian-registered vessels to enter and dock. Massoud Polmeh is turning against the US re-imposed sanctions on the Islamic Rebublic for the rejection of ships carrying the Iranian flag at ports.

Collision liability and autonomous ships

As autonomous shipping is gaining more and more ground, it is contended that the present fault-based collision liability regimes of most jurisdictions do not sufficiently cater for the situations that may arise, highlights Lina Wiedenbach, Lawyer at Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein, IUMI Professional Partner.

IUMI: Marine insurance results remain under pressure

During IUMI’s conference in Cape Town, Astrid Seltmann, Vice Chair of the IUMI Facts and Figures Committee gave updates on the macroeconomic environment and shipping market and the global marine insurance market. As IUMI stated the market environment is improving in all fields. Yet, sustainability of results can only be maintained by a risk evaluation taking into account all risk aspects.


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