Insurance lawyer opens Copenhagen office for UK-based P&I club

Lawyer Michael Boje-Larsen, who comes from a long career in marine insurance, will head a new office for UK-based P&I club Britannia in Copenhagen.

Michael Boje-Larsen, head of Britannia's new office in København.

Britannia is opening in Copenhagen. 

The P&I club, one of the world's oldest marine insurers, has appointed Michael Boje-Larsen – who comes from a long career in marine insurance, including working at Skuld – to head its new office in the Danish capital, which will be named B Copenhagen P&I.

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