Association Mondiale de Dispacheurs (AMD) is the International Association of Average Adjusters. It was formed in the 1950's as AIDE and was renamed in 2007 to recognize its' worldwide membership of qualified Average Adjusters.
BIMCO is a shipping association providing a wide range of services to its global membership of stakeholders who have vested interests in the shipping industry, including shipowners, operators, managers, brokers and agents. The associations main objective is to facilitate the commercial operations of its membership by means of developing standard contracts and clauses, and providing quality information, advice, and education.
British Maritime Law Association (bmla.org.uk)
The British Maritime Law Association was founded in 1908. Its purpose is and always has been to promote the study and the advancement of British maritime and mercantile law: to promote and consider with foreign and other maritime law associations proposals for the unification of maritime and mercantile law in the practice of different nations: to afford opportunities for members to discuss matters of national and international maritime law: to collect and circulate amongst its members information regarding maritime and mercantile law and to establish a collection of publications and documents of interest to members.
Cefor (The Nordic Association of Marine Insurers) represents marine insurers in the Nordic countries.
Comite Maritime International (comitemaritime.org)
The CMI is a non-governmental not-for-profit international organisation established in Antwerp in 1897, the object of which is to contribute by all appropriate means and activities to the unification of maritime law in all its aspects.
The International Marine Claims Conference (IMCC) was first held in 2003 to facilitate and encourage communication amongst insurers across the globe. The Conference has now established a very credible presence on the calendar of Marine Claims Professionals around the globe. Whilst creating a very lively and friendly atmosphere this Conference has also created debate on some serious and on going topics. 2019 saw the last IMCC but currently previous presentations can still be found and downloaded from the website.
International Underwriting Association (iua.co.uk)
The International Underwriting Association of London (IUA) is the world's largest representative organisation for international and wholesale insurance and reinsurance companies. The IUA exists to promote and enhance the business environment for international insurance and reinsurance companies operating in or through London.
International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) is a professional body which is run by and for its members. IUMI represents national and international marine insurers and considers issues of interest to the worldwide marine insurance industry.
The International Salvage Union represents its members (salvage companies) who facilitate world trade by providing marine services which save life, protect the environment, mitigate risk and reduce loss.
Lloyd's Salvage Arbitration Branch (lloyds.com)
Find out about the role played by Lloyd's Salvage Arbitration Branch in the administration of Lloyd's Form of Salvage Agreement (LOF) and obtain up to date information on the latest LOF cases as well as details on the background and workings of LOF, which has been the preferred contract of the professional salvage industry since its introduction in 1908.
Maritime London (maritimelondon.com)
Maritime London is a not for profit promotional body for UK based companies which provide professional services to the international shipping industry.
The Association of Average Adjusters of the US & Canada (averageadjustersusca.org)
The Association of Average Adjusters of the United States and Canada, incorporated in 2011, traces its roots to the formation of the Association of Average Adjusters of the United States in 1879 and the Association of Average Adjusters of Canada in 1967. Its purpose is to maintain the honour and dignity of the profession of Average Adjusting, and to promote correct principles in the adjustment of marine hull claims and uniformity of practice among Average Adjusters.
UK Chamber of Shipping (ukchamberofshipping.com)
The UK Chamber of Shipping is the trade association and voice for the UK shipping industry, with around 140 members from across the maritime sector. It works with Government, Parliament, international organisations and others to champion and protect the UK shipping industry on behalf of our members.