IUMI 2012 preview: The agenda

Despite positives for the sector, including a reduction in piracy, this year's International Union of Marine Insurance conference in San Diego looks set to be dominated by the loss of the Costa Concordia.

The American Institute of Marine Underwriters will greet approximately 400 marine underwriters in San Diego next week as it hosts the annual conference of the International Union of Marine Insurance

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