Political Risk & Trade
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Re-establishing the balance between risk appetite and exposure will be a challenge for credit insurers, whether or not government intervention expires at the end of this year
A surge in trade credit claims, well in excess of that experienced during the global financial crisis, is predicted when national government support for businesses is scaled back
Trade credit giant books combined ratio of 77.4% for the quarter supported by government reinsurance scheme
The social shockwaves following the port explosion are a concern for political violence insurers
There are inherent issues in the market’s underwriting process that make it difficult for carriers to provide effective business interruption cover on a sustainable basis
Industry must get its act together and both draft, and apply, contracts and wordings in the correct manner
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