Norwegian marine insurer Skuld, headquartered in Oslo, has received an official license to open a new branch in Tokyo.
The branch will be called Skuld Japan and will be headed by Jinsung Son, who holds a bachelor’s degree in law from Waseda University in Tokyo. Son comes from the Japan P&I Club, where he has worked the last 15 years. His last title was deputy general manger and team leader, Skuld informs in a press release.
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