Britannia P&I Club’s branch is Singapore is now looking after members entered with the Association in the ASEAN countries, India and Australasia and overseeing claims arising in the region.
This follows the granting of a licence by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and recent news of Britannia’s Hong Kong branch also receiving its underwriting licence from Hong Kong’s insurance regulator, the Insurance Authority.
The Singapore branch will be managed by Tindall Riley (Britannia) Singapore and is headed by Tindall Riley chief executive John O’Flaherty who has many years of experience in marine insurance and shipping.
To further support service delivery in Asia, Britannia has launched two Chinese language microsites.
The two microsites, one in simplified and the other in traditional Chinese, can be accessed from Britannia’s main website at www.britanniapandi.com by selecting the appropriate language option. These two new microsites follow the launch of the Club’s Japanese website in 2018.
Singapore is the location of the Asian Tanker Conference on 26 and 27 February.