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Cargo and Marine Risk Watch Lists

Make informed decisions with a clear view of global cargo and marine risk

Do you need to factor risk into cargo transport or underwriting decisions?

Country Risk maintains two monthly updated watch lists: the Joint Cargo Committee's (JCC) Global Cargo Watch List for the Lloyd's Market Association, and the IHS Markit Global/Marine Offshore Watch List, both of which are made freely available. The JCC list monitors risks to cargo transported via air, land and sea. The Global/Marine Offshore list tracks those ports and offshore areas where war, terrorism, seizure and other risks are greatest. Risk managers and underwriters use these lists to:

  • Determine optimal cargo transport method and route
  • Inform underwriting decisions
  • Distribute portfolio risk
  • Identify, evaluate and mitigate emerging risks
  • Safeguard physical safety of personnel

Watch Lists

Joint Cargo Committee Global Cargo Watch List

Country Risk provides the Joint Cargo Committee Watch List for the Lloyd's market. Updated monthly, the Watch List gives a snapshot view of the most extreme risks to cargo transported by air, land and sea, informing risk managers and underwriters' cargo transport and insurance decisions. Access the JCC Global Cargo Watch List.

IHS Markit Global Marine/Offshore Watch List

Country Risk runs the Global Marine/Offshore Watch List to inform the decisions of marine insurers and offshore operators. Updated monthly, the Marine/Offshore Watch List identifies the ports, territorial waters and international bodies of water where the risks of war, terrorism, strikes, seizure, confiscation and derelict weapons are greatest. Access the IHS Markit Global Marine and Offshore Watch List.


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