Navigating a Path Through Accumulating Marine Exposures

Our new white paper explores how international trading hubs have become centres of high value concentration, with the larger ports handling goods worth £6 billion every day.

The report outlines how supply chain chokepoints are a threat to consumers, corporates, nation states and the (re)insurers that need to understand their potential risk accumulations.

The methods used to control accumulation and supply chain risk are constantly being further developed, as we outline in this report, which contains a special focus on international chokepoints, China and other South China Seas nation state perils and the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic to ports and shipping in that region.

The latest Russell Group white paper is avaliable to download.

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Post Date: 22/06/2022

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