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Trade credit insurers will need access to better-quality risk data if they are to weather the future onslaught of claims once government support is lifted
AI-driven underwriting will not only save costs, but also provide an unbiased assessment of a risk and improve the quality and the efficiency of the services provided by credit insurers
Despite the depth of the crisis, the insurance market is not expecting governments to fail, but multiple claims in multiple countries through defaults on individual contracts are expected
Continued government support, increased due diligence and more imaginative approach to credit risk by insurers will be necessary to stave off a wave corporate defaults post-Covid
Local partnerships and a clear strategy will be essential for international carriers seeking opportunities in a regional market beset by challenges
The imposition of strike, riot and civil commotion exclusions by carriers in the regional terror market is creating gaps in cover and leaving insureds without adequate protection
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