Insurance

  • Maritime workers desire benefits that aren’t...

    A global survey of over 2,260 job seekers from Worldwide Recruitment Solutions (WRS) shows the latest market trends, including pay and benefits, within the global Maritime industry. Worldwide Recruitment Solutions (WRS), specialists in talent acquisition services for this industry, has just published the results of this latest sector survey. One of the key findings is the clear disparity in many cases between the range of benefits offered to both contract and permanent employees in comparison with the benefits that are most valued by these individuals. 

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Authority moves to streamline maritime industry

Maritime transport will be managed under the same umbrella in the country for convenient management and reaping commercial profits out of it, said the Minister of Public Works and the Chairman of the Federal Authority (FDA) for Land and Maritime Transport, Dr Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi.

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Latin American insurance and maritime hulls summit

The International Clube of Transport Insurance (CIST), with the Latin American Maritime Underwriters Association (ALSUM), are presenting the “3rd Latin American insurance and maritime hulls summit”, from 16 to 19 November 2015, at the Tivoli Mofarrej hotel, in São Paulo, Brazil.

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Insurance and Personal Care Led FEZ, Oil and Gas Dragged It Down

The insurance industry contributed the highest return to the SPDR Euro Stoxx 50 ETF’s (FEZ) performance for the second straight day on December 7, 2015. It provided a 5% return to FEZ. The stocks like AXA, Allianz, and Muenchener Rueckver rose by 2.1%, 1.1%, and 0.74%, respectively.

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