The Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance Association is the governing body of the Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance whose object is the management, administration and development of the Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance. Signatories to the Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance automatically become members of the Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance Association.
The Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance Association was formed on 27 April 2022 and is governed by a set of Governance Rules which guide existing and prospective Signatories and Affiliate members on the processes for the management, administration, and development of the Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance.
The Steering Committee coordinates the Association and Principles on behalf of its Signatories; it consists of eight to twelve members and is appointed by a vote of the Signatories as members of the Association.
The members of the Steering Committee (as of April 2022) are:
- Fidelis Insurance – Charles Mathias, Group Executive Director
- Gard – Rolf Thore Roppestad, Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chair of the PPMI Association
- Hellenic Hull Management – Ilias Tsakiris, CEO
- Navium Marine – Oliver Clark, Deputy CUO
- Norwegian Hull Club – Atle Fjeldstad, Chief Underwriting Officer
- SCOR – Sylvain Gauden, CUO Marine & Energy
- Swiss Re Corporate Solutions – Patrizia Kern, Head Marine, Chair of the PPMI Association
- Victor Insurance – Richard Turner, International Head of Marine
The Affiliate Members Committee coordinates the Association and Principles on behalf of its Affiliate members.
The members of the Affiliate Members Committee (as of April 2022) are:
- Cambiaso Risso Group – Mauro Iguera, Chief Executive Officer
- Cefor – Helle Hammer, Managing Director
- EF Marine – Folkert Strengholt, Chief Executive Officer
- Lockton – Alistair Rivers, Head of Lockton Marine
- WTW – Ben Abraham, CEO Global Marine, Chair of the Affiliate Members Committee
The Governance Rules detail the scope of the roles of the Steering Committee and Chair and how representatives are nominated and appointed.
Secretariat maintains the day-to-day functions of the Association and is the first point of contact for existing and prospective Signatories. The Secretariat is provided by the Global Maritime Forum through a service agreement.
The technical expertise needed for the Principles to remain updated and accurate is provided by UMAS and may include other organizations in the future as and when needed.