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BMP5 Awareness Brief

In June 2018 the latest edition of the Best Management Practices to Deter Piracy and Enhance Maritime Security in the Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea (BMP5) was published. BMP5 is a maritime industry-produced document that sets out guidelines for vessels to assist them in detecting, avoiding, deterring, delaying and reporting attacks from pirates and other adversaries while transiting in the region.

Norwegian Hull Club Academy 2018

The Norwegian Hull Club Academy is a two-day course in marine insurance. The workshop is aimed at members, clients and brokers dealing with The Club. This year the seminar takes place in Oslo on 30th and 31st August.

1st Quarterly Report 2018 published

Norwegian Hull Club's 1st Quarterly report for 2018 has now been published. The result for the first three months of 2018 is USD 16 million. Equity is USD 306.8 million at the end of March 2018.

Norwegian Hull Club Annual Report 2017

Norwegian Hull Club's dedication to innovation and its quest to further understand clients' needs helped its market share continue to grow last year, company CEO Hans Christian Seim says in the Annual Report 2017.

Hilde Førland joins Norwegian Hull Club

We are pleased to announce that we have succeeded in recruiting another highly qualified colleague, with Hilde Førland joining Norwegian Hull Club as our Chief HR Officer (CHRO) early in 2018.