About Japan P&I Club

Club Profile

The Japan P&I Club is the sole organisation in Japan underwriting P&I insurance for both ocean-going vessels and Japanese coastal vessels. It was founded on 2 October 1950 in accordance with the Ship Owners’ Mutual Insurance Association Law. The Japan P&I Club became a member of the International Group of P&I Clubs in 1976 and joined the other Clubs in the Pooling Agreement of the International Group of P&I Clubs in 1989.

Name

The Japan Ship Owners’ Mutual Protection & Indemnity Association

Founded

2 October 1950

Member of

The International Group of P&I Clubs
The Pooling Agreement of the International Group of P&I Associations

Capital Contribution Fund

About JPY115 Million *

Main Board Appointments

Chairman Eizo Murakami
Deputy Chairmen Junichiro Ikeda, Tadaaki Naito
Director General Hiroshi Sugiura

Number of Staff

188 ( as of 1 April, 2018 )

Offices

Principal Office (Tokyo), Kobe Branch, Fukuoka Branch, Imabari Branch, Singapore Branch, London Liaison Office / Japan P&I Club (UK) Services Ltd.

Number of Members

3,238 *

Number of Entered Vessels

4,281 *

Entered Tonnage

About 94 Million tons *

Net Premium Income

About JPY16 Billion *

* (as of 31 March, 2018)