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About The Standard Club

The club insures shipowners, operators and charterers.

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Who we are

The Standard Club is a specialist marine and energy insurer and member of the International Group of Protection and Indemnity clubs owned by its shipowner members and controlled by a board of directors drawn from the membership.

 

The club’s four strategic objectives

  • To offer a broad range of P&I insurance and other marine & energy covers that represent excellent and sustainable value
  • To be recognised as providing excellent service through solving members’ problems
  • To provide first class financial security
  • To achieve selective growth, consistent with the other objectives 

 

 

The club

The Standard Club is a specialist marine and energy insurer.

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The board

The board principally comprises ship owners representing a wide cross section of the club membership

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The managers

Find information about Charles Taylor plc.

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Ships entered

Ship details are compiled from the records of the Standard Europe and Standard Asia clubs.

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Club key data

Facts and figures at a glance.

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Corporate governance

The club comprises members from the international shipping community and seeks to follow good governance principles that would be generally recognised throughout world markets.

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Trading disclosures

The Standard Club Ltd is regulated by the Bermuda Monetary Authority.

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Modern Slavery Statement

This Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement is made pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 on behalf of The Standard Club Ltd and its subsidiaries.

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Web Alert: AMSA Marine Notice 7/2017: Guidance on ECDIS for ships calling at Australian ports25 July, 2017The approach of flag states to the issue of ECDIS familiarisation varies. It is therefore important for shipowners to understand their own flag state’s requirements.
Web Alert: The Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) publishes its half yearly report for 201725 July, 2017The report highlights that the situation of piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia continues to improve, with the lowest number of incidents reported during a five-year period.
Web Alert: Nautical Institute's Ice Navigator Accreditation Standard24 July, 2017This scheme is designed to help meet the demand for properly trained officers with the skills and knowledge to handle a ship in ice.
Web Alert: The Standard Club launches new offshore advisory committee21 July, 2017Industry collaboration providing a forum for discussion and exchange of information on offshore contracting, emerging risks and loss prevention initiatives
Press Article: Quantitative risk assessment in wreck removal tendering20 July, 2017Sam Kendall-Marsden, Head of UK & Americas Division, explains the role of quantitative risk assessment in an article for Maritime Risk International
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