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Setchell Named TT Club Director

Capt. Richard Setchell has been appointed as a director of the Through Transport Mutual Insurance Association (The TT Club), Bermuda, and its subsidiary, Through Transport Mutual Insurance Association of Europe Ltd., London. He is executive director of P&O Australia Ltd., and as such, is involved in the management and activities of various P&O companies and joint ventures throughout Australia and southeast Asia.

Welcoming Capt. Setchell to the board, Chairman Sir David Thomson explained that Capt. Setchell would bring valuable experience to the Club at a time when it was expanding both its Asian presence and its involvement in port privatization. The TT Club's directors are drawn from the senior management of the Club's members. The Club provides liability and equipment insurance to ship operators, stevedores, terminal operators, port authorities, freight forwarders, and other transport operators in more than 80 countries.

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