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Terrorism

Latest From Terrorism

Pool Re cover extended to non-damage BI

Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill 2018 receives royal assent

United Kingdom Terrorism

Abundant capacity weighs on specialty renewals

Terrorism and political violence programmes down 15%, while marine and energy accounts see more muted declines after last year's firming
Reinsurance Specialty

Pool Re pulls out of terrorism contingency cover

There now exists sufficient capacity in the marketplace to reinsure the risk commercially, Pool Re says

United Kingdom Reinsurance

Viewpoint: Re/insurers must create products that match the realities of contemporary terrorism

Terrorism exposures are unintentionally making their way into casualty programmes and catching some insurers off-guard

Casualty Property

Pool Re in discussions with ‘range of investors’ about potential ILS

Terrorism backstop is exploring options including ILS in its 2019 renewal, having appointed GC Securities as placement agent earlier this year

United Kingdom Reinsurance

Charting the new geography of terrorism

Persistent intelligence surveillance and diligent law enforcement have reduced the risk of large-scale, coordinated terrorist attacks. The challenge now for insurers and risk modellers alike is keeping pace with the evolution of the terrorist threat 
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