WORLD TRADE AT 1 - Marine Insurance

By Hull Daily Mail | Event Date: 27 Apr 2017

Dear All,

Our next WT@1 will focus on Marine Cargo Insurance, a very important aspect of trading internationally, which can be a tough nut to crack! Our expert speakers will be covering the basic aspects of Marine Insurance as well as discussing some frequently asked questions and incidents that UK exporters and importers have already or will experience, such as:

What supporting documents are required in the event of a claim being submitted?

How do you calculate the insurance costs?

Who is responsible for the arrangement of and payment of insurance?

How do you calculate the covered required?

Higher risk countries?

What is included and excluded by insurers?

Are there special requirements for refrigerated and temperature controlled products?

Is it worth taking a chance and not insuring the export?

Our speakers include:

John Habergham, Director at Myton Law, whose expertise lies in disputes arising out of carriage of goods by sea, air and rail, including freight forwarders’s rights and obligations; and insurance coverage work.

Lance Carter, Underwriter at Fiducia MGA, specialising in marine cargo and freight liability insurance.

This event will be of interest to all who work in international trade and shipping, including ship owners, managers, shipping agents, exporters and importers.

Our speakers will be available for consultation over lunch, when you will also have the opportunity to network with fellow international traders. We are also offering a limited number of 10 minute 121s with each speaker after lunch. Places for this event and 121s are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. To reserve your place, please click here.

Best wishes

World Trade at 1

Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce

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