2019 Global Maritime Issues Monitor – Key Findings

We are pleased to make available our 2019 Global Maritime Issues Monitor, produced in partnership with the Global Maritime Forum and the International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI). The report examines the likelihood of 18 maritime issues based on research…

2019 Global Maritime Issues Monitor - Key Findings

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We are pleased to make available our 2019 Global Maritime Issues Monitor, produced in partnership with the Global Maritime Forum and the International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI).

The report examines the likelihood of 18 maritime issues based on research among senior maritime stakeholders across 46 countries globally.

In this, the second annual Global Maritime Issues Monitor, it’s interesting to look at where perceptions have changed in the year since our inaugural survey.

Once again, we asked maritime leaders to share their views on the important issues of the day including:

• Which events are most likely to occur?
• Which would have the most impact?
• How prepared is the industry should such events unfold?

Download your free copy here: https://www.marsh.com/uk/insights/research/global-maritime-issues-monitor-2019.html?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=socialmedia&utm_campaign=global-maritime-issues-monitor-2019

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