by Rachael Adasms
As news of the disappearance of vessels such as Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370 and cruise ship MV Lyubov Orlova hit the headlines, insurers are wondering what the impact of these kinds of events could have.
Mark Sands investigates ‘ghost vessels' and their potential insurance implications.
The Linked In Debate
What can insurers do to protect their assets, afloat and otherwise, from the dangers of uncontrolled craft and debris at sea?
A huge well done to all involved with organising our Remembrance Day event on Friday, including our Corporate Real Estate team. One of them, Ibrahim, took this incredible footage of poppies dropping as he (along with others) leaned (safely!) over the gantry to let them go. pic.twitter.com/pSbapkWBBR— Lloyd's (@LloydsofLondon) November 12, 2018
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