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Expert Risk Articles
For knowledge sharing worldwide, features on a variety of risk topics in both the AGCS in-house media and external publications.
4 Questions for… Arthur Lu, Head of Global Environmental Impairment Liability17 February 2017
Liabilities faced by a company whose activities cause environmental and public health perils can be long-lasting and tremendously costly requiring an insurer to help clean up the mess, as Arthur Lu describes.
Safety considerations and regulation key to progress of autonomous vessels19 June 2017
There are hopes that autonomous vessels can improve maritime safety. However, developing the technology is not the greatest challenge.
The cyber threat at sea – and how shipping needs to respond19 June 2017
The digital era is opening up new possibilities for the maritime industry, but it is also making it increasingly vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
Technology to drive safety improvements but overreliance causes concerns14 June 2017
Technology is playing an increasingly important role in improving safety and performance but understanding its limitations is crucial.
Polar Code will need to keep pace with changing risks13 June 2017
Shipping in Polar waters poses a number of risks, which means the new code will need to be regularly reviewed and updated.
Concerns persist for passenger and ferry casualties19 June 2017
Passenger and car ferry losses continue to trouble the sector, as fire, storm and stability issues remain problematic for insurers.