Pool Re, Britain’s leading terrorism reinsurer, today announced the placement of its new retrocession programme covering non-damage business interruption (”NDBI”) losses.
In this edition we have taken a holistic view of the terrorism threat to the United Kingdom and considered actors from both ends of the terrorism spectrum.
Pool Re’s 25th Anniversary Year was a noteworthy one, with 2018 seeing two of the most significant enhancements to Pool Re’s cover since it was established.
We recognise the vital role insurance brokers play in ensuring commercial policyholders obtain the most appropriate insurance cover for their business.
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.
While Islamist extremism remains the primary terror threat to the United Kingdom (UK), the threat from extreme right-wing (XRW) terrorism has both evolved and increased in recent years.
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...
Pool Re, Britain’s state-backed terrorism reinsurer, has broken new ground with its placement of a GBP £75 million catastrophe bond...
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In this edition we look in some detail at the issues and challenges posed by terrorist attacks causing Non-Damage Business Interruption (NDBI).