Lloyd's Market Briefing
Training and Professional Development
Knowledge transfer has always been a key part of our client engagement process providing sustainable improvement beyond our specific projects. We actively help clients develop their knowledge and skills so they can make well-informed business decisions.
On the 2nd Thursday of each month Braemar (Incorporating The Salvage Association) present a market briefing in Lloyd’s Old Library, providing a overview of the current cases of interest and technical issues of concern to underwriters.
John Aston will be presenting the recent major cases of interest that BraemarSA have been dealing with over the last month.
The following dates in 2015 have been reserved from 0900-1100 hrs in the Old Library for The Salvage Association Market Briefing.
Thursday 8th January - “Shipping – review of 2014 and what we can expect in 2015” Presented by Paul Hill, Marine Engineer & Chief Surveyor Western Europe
Thursday 12th February - ‘Early life failure of ships cables’ - presented by Oliver Batt, Marine Consultant (Electrical and Instrumentation)
- Thursday 12th March - Machinery failures due to the use of Non-Genuine (pirate) spare parts - presented by Paul Saunders, Marine Surveyor
- Thursday 9th April - “Gas Carrier Tank Damage – A Recent Claims” presented by Jeff Wilson, Director Marine Consulting (Europe)
- Thursday 21st May - “Modern Surveyor’s Tools and the Forensic Approach” presented by Graeme Temple, Regional Director, Far East & India
- Thursday 11th June
- Thursday 9th July
- Thursday 10th September
- Thursday 8th October
- Thursday 5th November
- Thursday 10th December
Venue Details: LLOYD’S OLD LIBRARY
Please note: For those attending who require a Lloyd’s security pass please notify Kyran Kelly T: +44 (0)20 7648 9650 E: mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org
To request a copy of the presentation please contact Kyran Kelly
This event has been accredited by the CII and can be included as part of your CII CPD requirement should you consider it relevant to your professional development needs’.
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