The marine insurance sector is undergoing a period of change. We need to ensure we fully understand the risks our industry is facing and offer products that match these new trends and deliver adequate cover needed.
The MAJORITY of new, international power plant and other process types of projects being constructed using unskilled and largely unsupervised construction labor suffer from sloppy workmanship which does not comply with the codes, standards and best industry practices required in the construction contract(s).
In 2012, the following orders were also introduced under the Insurance Act 1996 (now repealed and replaced by Financial Services Act 2013) to strength those liberalisation measures:
Insurance (Exemption)(No. 2) Order 2012; Insurance (Exemption)(Amendment) Order 2012; and Insurance (Approved International Marine, Aviation and Transit Insurance Brokers) Regulations 2012
This article considers the issue, from a practical perspective, of the effect that indemnity clauses within contracts executed by “professionals” have on coverage under their professional indemnity insurance policy. In this context, a professional is one who has a professional indemnity insurance policy…. It is relatively common to find professionals signing away contracts containing various engagement or indemnity clauses to that the extent of exposing them towards indemnifying their clients and the owners in respect of….
The recent RM150 million claim on machinery breakdown and machinery breakdown loss of profit was another eye opener, especially for the underwriting fraternity and those that involved with reinsurance. The following are some snapshots that may be of interest to…