UK P&I Live Webinar (US): An Overview of P&I Clubs and Claims
This webinar is also available on the Club's Vimeo page.
As part of our series of live webinars covering various Loss Prevention issues, the UK club provided a live webinar for Members, brokers and industry contacts in the Americas region.
The webinar explored the subject of P&I Clubs and Claims. A brief presentation on the structure of P&I Clubs within the context of the International Group of P&I Clubs, was followed by an extensive Q&A session. Registrants were encouraged to submit questions in advance, which allowed for an informed discussion about a wide range of cover issues arising under the P&I Club rules.
The panelists for the webinar were Leanne O’Loughlin, Regional Director (P&I and FDD), Thomas Miller Americas, Jeff Lock, Global Claims Director, UK Club and Jennifer Porter, Senior Claims Director, Thomas Miller Americas. The Webinar was moderated by Stuart Edmonston, Director Loss Prevention, UK Club.
The webinar was attended by almost 300 of our industry friends and colleagues.
We have provided the full recording below, together with a PDF of all the questions and answers from the webinar in a PDF which is available to download.
An Overview of P&I Clubs and Claims (Americas) (1 MB)
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