Britannia P&I Club has named a new exclusive correspondent in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Denmark accounts for approximately 16% of Britannia’s business. It said that opening an office in Copenhagen would enhance service delivery and growth potential in the area.
The Copenhagen office does not impact on the Club’s Brexit preparations, where it still plans to open in Luxembourg.
The new office is called B Denmark P&I and is headed by Michael Boje-Larsen, a lawyer with considerable experience in maritime law, including P&I and FD&D cover, offering legal advice to various professional clients within shipping. He also previously worked for Skuld P&I for almost 20 years, eventually becoming deputy head of Skuld Copenhagen.