Maersk and partners launch marine insurance blockchain

Lars Henneberg, head of risk and insurance at Maersk Lars Henneberg, head of risk and insurance at Maersk Maersk

Maersk and a group of global partners, including financial services firm EY and software giant Microsoft, have announced the launch of a new blockchain platform for the marine insurance sector, planned to be implemented in 2018 having now completed a 20-week Proof of Concept phase.

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