Leading The Way programme – Ensuring economic resilience and protecting businesses against the terrorism threat
Pool Re and British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) worked with ITN Productions to produce this video report on the losses Borough Market traders suffered from non-damage business interruption following the London Bridge terrorist attack.
So what are some of the big risks that are out there and how can the insurance industry help to mitigate them?
Whilst organisations may assume that the technology they use is secure, the reality is that attackers will exploit any weaknesses they find in configuration or usage. Managing this risk is problematic, and organisations that do see cybersecurity as a strategic risk can find it difficult to mitigate against it. So what are some of the […]
Welcome to our fourth Pool Re Terrorism Frequency Report and the first report in 2019 In this edition we look in some detail at the issues and challenges posed by terrorist attacks causing Non-Damage Business Interruption (NDBI). The recently passed Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill 2018 will allow Pool Re to cover losses incurred if […]
Pool Re collaborates with Home Office and UK National Counter-Terrorism Policing on new initiative to make businesses more resilient to terrorism
Pool Re, Britain’s leading terrorism reinsurer, has invested in a joint project with the UK National Counter-Terrorism Police HQ and the Home Office’s Joint Security & Resilience Centre, helping businesses to more proactively protect against the risk of terrorism. In a ground-breaking collaboration between the insurance industry, the UK’s counter-terrorism infrastructure and the government, Pool Re’s […]
Pool Re, Britain’s state-backed terrorism reinsurer, has today completed placement of its £2.3 billion retrocession programme with more than 50 international reinsurers, led by Munich Re. The programme, provided on a three-year basis, is one of the largest reinsurance deals in the world, and the largest terrorism risk placement ever. The retrocession is structured as […]