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Stoploss 62 from London P&I Club and Coracle (English)

By • Jan 28th, 2014 • Category: IGPI, Marine Insurance and P&I

Welcome to this P&I Marine Insurance podcast from Coracle Online and The London P&I Club

This podcast is available in English and Mandarin – this is the ENGLISH version.

To learn more about the Marine Insurance markets, why not take Coracle’s Marine Insurance course?



Stoploss 62 from London P&I Club and Coracle (Mandarin)

By • Jan 28th, 2014 • Category: IGPI, Mandarin podcasts from Coracle, Marine Insurance and P&I

Welcome to this P&I Marine Insurance podcast from Coracle Online and The London P&I Club

This podcast is available in English and Mandarin – this is the MANDARIN version.

To learn more about the Marine Insurance markets, why not take Coracle’s Marine Insurance course?



Marine Insurance P&I podcast STOPLOSS 60 from London P&I Club (Mandarin)

By • Mar 27th, 2013 • Category: IGPI, Mandarin podcasts from Coracle, Marine Insurance and P&I

Welcome to this P&I Marine Insurance podcast from Coracle Online and The London P&I Club

This podcast is available in English and Mandarin – this is the MANDARIN version.

To learn more about the Marine Insurance markets, why not take Coracle’s Marine Insurance course?



Marine Insurance P&I podcast STOPLOSS 60 from London P&I Club (English)

By • Mar 27th, 2013 • Category: IGPI, Marine Insurance and P&I

Welcome to this P&I Marine Insurance podcast from Coracle Online and The London P&I Club

This podcast is available in English and Mandarin – this is the ENGLISH version.

To learn more about the Marine Insurance markets, why not take Coracle’s Marine Insurance course?



Sanctions Update: Libya and Syria. Report from Reed Smith

By • Sep 7th, 2011 • Category: IGPI

This is an update on sanctions imposed against Libya and Syria. Libya – EU sanctions In our client alert of 20 June 2011, we reported that the sanctions targets designated by the EU (at Annex III to Council Regulation (EU) No 204/2011) included six port authorities. These port authorities, together with 22 other entities, have […]



The Inter-Club Agreement: Amendments relating to Security come into force on 1 Sept

By • Aug 31st, 2011 • Category: IGPI

From Reed Smith – The Inter-Club Agreement: Amendments relating to Security come into force on 1 September 2011 The Inter-Club Agreement, which was last amended in 1996 (the “1996 Agreement”), has been further amended to incorporate a new provision dealing with the entitlement to security for cargo claims. The position under the 1996 Agreement Clause […]



New newsletters for P&I market followers

By • Aug 11th, 2011 • Category: IGPI

Please find links to newsletters from:

Stephenson Harwood

Clyde & Co

Reed Smith



Liquefaction risks – Iron Ore Sinter Feed

By • Jul 12th, 2011 • Category: IGPI

It is recommended that this alert is read in conjunction with the Circulars issued by the Association on 13 December 2010 (India – Safe shipment of Iron Ore Fines from Indian Ports, No 5:421) and 31 January 2011 (Indonesia and the Philippines – Safe Carriage of Nickel Ore Cargoes, No 5:428). This concerns the shipping […]



Directors’ responsibilities for competition law infringement – new UK guidance

By • Jul 6th, 2011 • Category: IGPI

From Hogan Lovells: At the end of June, the UK’s Office of Fair Trading (OFT) published its final guidance on how it will assess the extent of an individual director’s responsibility for infringements of competition law. The guidance makes clear that there is no room for complacency in competition law compliance programmes. All directors must […]



Increase in piracy off West Africa. London club reports…

By • Jun 20th, 2011 • Category: IGPI

The Correspondent in Benin, TCI Africa, report that piracy in West African waters is on the rise. Most attacks occur while ships are at anchor or close to the shore, unlike East Africa, where Somali pirates have netted millions of dollars in ransoms in exchange for the release of ships captured hundreds of miles from […]