Pysgota Anghyfreithlon, Heb ei Gofnodi a Heb ei Reoleiddio - Symposiwm ar yr Agweddau Rheoleiddio ac Yswiriant

College of Law and Criminology


Lasse Gustavsson (Senior Vice President and Executive Director, Ocean Europe, Madrid)

Associate Professor George Leloudas (IISTL, Swansea University, Swansea)

Dana Miller (Marine Scientist, Oceana Europe, Dublin)

Kjetil Saeter (Investigative Journalist, Oslo)

Professor Barış Soyer (IISTL, Swansea University, Swansea)

David Vajnai (Vice President, Marsh Global Marine Practice, London)

From: June 26, 2017, 1:30 p.m.
To: June 26, 2017, 6 p.m.
Location: Hallam Conference Centre (44 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JJ), Other

IUU fishing is a global problem that threatens ocean ecosystems and sustainable fisheries. Various public law measures have been taken by the international community and the European Union to combat IUU fishing and these efforts combined with the efforts of various NGOs have yielded positive results.

It is believed that the insurance market could play a more active role in the fight against IUU fishing.

The Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law (College of Law and Criminology, Swansea University) in corporation with Oceana and funded by the Waterloo Foundation is organising a Symposium on Monday June 26th 2017.

The primary object of this Symposium is to raise awareness on the issue of IUU fishing among stakeholders within the London insurance market. In order to facilitate discussion on the issue and inspire engagement from attendees, case studies will be presented by experts in the field. Also, there will be a discussion on the insurance and legal position on the matter.

Registration and other details:
The Seminar will be held at the Hallam Conference Centre (44 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JJ) starting at 13.30 pm. A reception will be held at the end of the event at 17.00 pm. The participation is free but please note that places are limited.

To register for this event please follow the link on Eventbrite:


Event created by: H.A.E.Sumner