Marine making waves: The approach to marine risk assessment

Walker, Andrew
May 2013
MiddleEast Insurance Review;May2013, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses how American Insurance Group Inc. (AIG), an insurance corporation in the U.S., tackles threats to marine insurance and how it undergoes thorough risk planning and assessment to prevent those threats. It states that understanding the risk and how one is proactive and manages it is adequate enough to reduce losses. It cites that AIG employs a team of marine loss control engineers assigned at strategic centres internationally to prevent risk and loss.


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