Latest loss record statements
Renewal records cut-off at 20 October are currently available for Members and their brokers in the Underwriting Reports area within the Underwriting Online section of the Club website. Current loss records are updated where there have been subsequent claims or premium movements.
The explanatory guide to these statements "Your loss ratio explained
" is in the Publications section of our website, and a guide to accessing online renewal information is available on our website.
The Club no longer automatically mails paper copies of renewal loss records. Instead, all documents can be compiled as "pdf" files to be read on screen, printed in your office, saved to your own computer or copied to other colleagues.
Claims details can be exported to a spreadsheet for use in Member's own management systems.
If you have any queries regarding the information contained in those records, please refer to your usual underwriting contact. If you encounter any other difficulties with any renewal documentation, please contact Sue Jamieson at the underwriting department for firstname.lastname@example.org
Underwriting Online is accessible with your existing Members Area username and password. If you have not registered as a user of the Members Area, or are unfamiliar with the system a short illustrated guide on how to access loss records can be found in the Underwriting section -click here
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Port authorities may require evidence of insurance prior to the expiry of current documents. Ships without 2017 policy year documentation prior to 20th February may face trading delays.
Timely documentation keeps you trading
Port authorities may require evidence of insurance prior to the expiry of current documents. Ships without 2016 policy year documentation prior to 20th February may face trading delays. Some jurisdictions may ask to see a 2016/17 Certificate of Entry, which can only be issued by the Club once renewal has been agreed. Members and brokers may wish to check with local port agents about documentary requirements.