Political Risk & Trade
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Organisations look for protection against increase in political and civil unrest
Post-Brexit UK sanctions likely increasingly to differ from US, representing additional set of rules that must be applied
The terrorism insurance market is much more buoyant, dynamic and has far better prospects than many dared hope would be the case this time last year
Rising property rates, combined with liability carriers imposing firearms exclusions, has increased interest in standalone terrorism market covers, including active shooter policies
The challenges that will arise once state support measures are withdrawn present an opportunity for the market to underline the central importance of trade credit insurance
Move follows increase in severity of sanctions
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