Marine Underwriter


Marine underwriters ensure their clients are protected by unforeseen losses and casualties. It sounds straightforward, but the marine underwriting business is complex: underwriters need to know not just rules and regulations of the country to which their client's ship belongs, but also about other countries where potential incidents could occur. Underwriters also make decisions based on a large number of variables, including the value of freight, the value of the vessel, and whether it will operate inland or on oceans.

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