Presenting the new IUMI President's agenda

Dieter Berg of insurance company Munich Re was elected new President of the International Union of Marine Insurers, IUMI, in September. Read on to learn which challenges he sees for the industry going forward.

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The International Union of Marine Insurers, IUMI, has gotten a new President the German Dieter Berg, who in September replaced Norwegian Ole Wikborg after he had served four years on the job. ShippingWatch has spoken to the new President about the industry and his key agenda for the next three years.

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