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The global shipping and maritime industry is facing a myriad of challenges and there is ever greater importance to have a sense of clarity on the role of the insurance market. With a rapidly changing market facing new and emerging risks, our expert panel from AXA XL, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) and S&P Global Market Intelligence address the challenges and discuss practical guides for the insurance market, covering the topics: - Three forces to watch in global maritime: AIS tracking, Russia-Ukraine conflict, congestion issues on ports - Risk & Insurance: How has the risk profile for typical ship operations changed and how is the marine insurance sector responding? - Data Analytics: Running a tight ship through Data and Analytics - How can we continue to unlock value? - ESG: Outlook for the Regulatory Environment and promoting ESG stewardship through the maritime value chain.  As the global economy continues to grapple with pandemic impacts, supply chain, disruptive technology and climate related risks, the degree to these factors will continue to affect marine insurance and will not abate anytime soon amid setting sail into geopolitical and economic headwinds. 

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