Political Risk & Trade
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There is increasing appetite from African governments, regulators and local carriers to work with the international insurance market to tackle the major risks faced by the continent
Standalone market is enabling access to coverage at a time when capacity is difficult to obtain
Jurisdictional restrictions in the region make it difficult for international carriers to provide W&I cover where the target does not have a meaningful presence in the US or Europe
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
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