Terrorism Threat Publications

In-depth assessments on a range of issues relating to the threat of terrorism.  Browse sector-specific risk reports, monthly and annual threat analysis, and webinars. 

Terrorist Attack at Sydney Church

Terrorist Attack at Sydney Church

Author: Oliver Hair ASyI,Threat AnalystRead Time: 3 minutes On 15 April 2024, an individual conducted a Bladed Weapons attack at a Sydney Church. The perpetrator targeted a bishop, a priest, and churchgoers during Mass at the Assyrian Christ The Good Shepherd Church....

UK: New Definition of Extremism Announced

UK: New Definition of Extremism Announced

Author: Becca Stewart ASyI, Threat Analyst Read Time: 3 minutes On 14 March 2024, the UK Government announced a new definition of extremism. The new definition is “narrow and sharper” than its predecessor and will enable the government to publish a list of groups they...

How to Stay Safe During the Festive Period

How to Stay Safe During the Festive Period

As the festive period approaches, it is important to remember that the UK faces a diverse and evolving terrorism threat. Among others, the 2016 Berlin Christmas Market and 2018 Strasbourg attacks act as a reminder of the intent of terrorist actors globally to conduct...

2023 Annual Threat Report

2023 Annual Threat Report

Pool Re’s Annual Threat Report explores the key terrorism trends and events of 2023, provides outlooks for 2024, and assesses the possible drivers of UK terrorism threat going forward. Click the image below to access the full report.

New Home Office Figures Released

New Home Office Figures Released

Author: Oliver Hair, Junior Threat AnalystRead Time: 3 minutesOn 09 March 2023, the Home Office released new statistics covering the use of police powers related to terrorism in Great Britain up to the year ending 31 December 2022. The figures included in the data...

Martyn’s Law Gov Update Dec 2022

Pool Re welcomes Protect Duty announcement NEWS RELEASE - 19 December 2022Pool Re, Britain’s leading terrorism reinsurer, today welcomes the UK government’s announcement of its upcoming Protect Duty legislation, also known as Martyn’s Law. In a statement yesterday the...

Sector Risk Report: Airports

Sector Risk Report: Airports

Our new sector-specific risk report examines the terrorist threat to the airports sector and how it has changed post pandemic. This report is intended to share a more comprehensive understanding of the threat landscape surrounding airports, their possible...

Climate Change Reporting

Climate Change Reporting

Climate change is one of the most significant global issues of our time. In a recent United Nations Security Council Meeting, UN Secretary-General António Guterres stressed that “no one is safe from the destructive effects of climate disruption.” As our awareness and...

Are you Protect Duty prepared?

Are you Protect Duty prepared?

In the recent Queen's speech, the Government announced they would be introducing a draft terrorism bill called Protect Duty. The implications of the legislation could be far reaching, possibly affecting tens of thousands (if not more) businesses throughout the UK....

Cyber Terrorism: Islamic State’s effective exploitation of social media

Cyber Terrorism: Islamic State’s effective exploitation of social media

Our new online terrorism series explores how terrorist organisations are harnessing the internet to radicalise and train potential recruits, disseminate illegal content, facilitate communication, and incite acts of terrorism. The second instalment examines IS’ tactics and practices and the impact its social media strategy has on recruitment and propaganda.

Monthly Threat Update March 2022

Monthly Threat Update March 2022

This month, Pool Re Solutions provides analysis of the involvement of far-right groups in the Russia-Ukraine conflict, and what this could mean for the UK’s terrorism threat landscape.
We also provide a roundup of significant terrorism-related events across advanced market countries. This includes the use of fitness apps as recruitment tools by far-right groups in the UK and the Global Terrorism Index’s review of the impact of terrorism in 2021, among other developments.
Finally, we examine conviction and sentencing data for terrorism charges in Great Britain, comparing figures between January and February.

Review of the Home Office Protect Duty Consultation Report January 2022

Review of the Home Office Protect Duty Consultation Report January 2022

On 10th January 2022, the Minister for Security and Borders at the Home Office, Damian Hinds MP, released a report summarising the findings from the public consultation for the proposed Protect Duty legislation that will require owners and/or operators of Publicly Accessible Locations (PALs) to take appropriate and proportionate measures to protect the public from terrorist attack.

Solutions Annual Review 2021

Solutions Annual Review 2021

It feels appropriate, a couple of months after the twentieth anniversary of 9/11, to pause and consider whether the world is more, or less, secure from terrorism than in the latter part of the previous century. I fear not. We are living in unprecedented times, in a...

Monthly Threat Update November 2021

Monthly Threat Update November 2021

There was one terrorist attack in Great Britain this month: an Improvised Explosive Device partially detonated outside the Liverpool Women’s hospital. It remains unknown if the hospital was the intended target as a Remembrance Day service was underway nearby, and the...

Hospitality & High Streets – short guide to festive terrorism risk management planning

Hospitality & High Streets – short guide to festive terrorism risk management planning

Retail and hospitality businesses will no doubt be looking forward to a busy festive period, many of which have endured an incredibly difficult past 18 months due to pandemic lockdowns. However, as high streets, bars and restaurants become a hive of activity the UK Counter Terrorism and Metropolitan Police have warned of the increased likelihood of a terrorist attack.

Monthly Threat Update October 2021

Monthly Threat Update October 2021

There was one terrorist attack in Great Britain this month: a bladed weapon attack on Sir David Amess MP in Leigh-on-Sea. The previously unpublicised terrorist threat level for MPs was raised to SUBSTANTIAL and a review of MP security has been ordered. The incident...

Monthly Threat Update September 2021

Monthly Threat Update September 2021

There were no terrorist attacks in Great Britain this month. However, the Director General of MI5 warned that the recent withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghanistan would likely exacerbate the terrorist threat to the United Kingdom in future. He also revealed that four...

Monthly Threat Update August 2021

Monthly Threat Update August 2021

There were no confirmed terrorist attacks in the UK, Western Europe or North America in August 2021. However, a shooting by a selfdescribed ‘incel’ in Plymouth, which resulted in the deaths of five civilians and the gunman, may be reclassified as terrorism according...

Monthly Threat Update July 2021

Monthly Threat Update July 2021

There were no significant terrorist attacks or plots in the UK, Western Europe or North America in July 2021. However, the US and allied NATO forces began their withdrawal from Afghanistan, which is highly likely to lead to a resurgence in Al-Qaeda (AQ) operations in...

Sector Risk Report: Retail and Hospitality

Sector Risk Report: Retail and Hospitality

Our latest sector-focused risk report examines the evolving terrorist threat to the retail and hospitality sector. This report is intended to provide a better understanding of the terrorist threat to owners and managers of businesses in the sector, so they can...

Monthly Threat Update June 2021

Monthly Threat Update June 2021

There were no significant attacks or disrupted terrorist plots in the United Kingdom in June 2021. However, a bladed weapons attack against shoppers in Wurzburg by a suspected Islamist extremist killed three and injured eight. In Ontario, a vehicle-as-a-weapon attack...

Monthly Threat Update May 2021

Monthly Threat Update May 2021

There were no significant terrorist attacks in the UK or Western Europe in May 2021. However, instability in the Middle East between Israel and Palestine has seemingly led to an increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes and violence in the UK and US. In response to the...

RANSOMWARE: A Cyber Pandemic

RANSOMWARE: A Cyber Pandemic

By Conrad Prince CB, Pool Re’s Senior Cyber Terrorism Advisor – May 2021 Ransomware attacks, where cyber criminals seize control of victims’ computers and demand payment in return for restoring access, are a major criminal growth industry. According to one report,...

Sector Risk Report: Public Transport

Sector Risk Report: Public Transport

As one of a series of focused sector risk reports, Pool Re SOLUTIONS, has examined the evolving threat to the Public Transport sector from terrorism. This report will be of particular interest to operators and responsible persons who manage or operate in the public...

Monthly Threat Update April 2021

Monthly Threat Update April 2021

A confirmed New IRA attempted bombing took place in Northern Ireland in April 2021. The group attempted to kill an off-duty police officer using a homemade improvised explosive device (IED) in Dungiven, Co. Derry/Londonderry on 19 April 2021.  Further afield on 23...

Monthly Threat Update March 2021

Monthly Threat Update March 2021

There were no significant, confirmed terrorist attacks in the UK or other 
Advanced Market countries in March 2020. However, a mass-shooting in Atlanta, US, highlights definitional issues in categorising certain attacks as terrorist in nature in different...

Monthly Threat Update February 2021

Monthly Threat Update February 2021

There were no significant terrorist attacks in the UK or Europe in February. Despite a recent decline in terrorist activity and the reduction of the UK threat level to ‘SUBSTANTIAL’ from ‘SEVERE’, the threat of a terrorist attack occurring remains likely. February...

Monthly Threat Update January 2021

Monthly Threat Update January 2021

Whilst no significant terrorist attacks took place in January 2021 in the UK, the rest of Western Europe or North America, there has been a noticeable increase in counter-terrorist activity. Within the UK, counter-terrorism police disrupted two plots, one involving a...

Monthly Threat Update December 2020

Monthly Threat Update December 2020

Despite warnings by police and government officials, there were no terrorist attacks in the UK or Europe in December. The festive period usually provides a wealth of targets for would-be terrorists, due to increased footfall in commercial areas and an increase in...

Monthly Threat Update November 2020

Monthly Threat Update November 2020

There has been a noticeable increase in terrorist activity in Western countries over the last two months. Following a spate of attacks in Europe, including a marauding firearms attack in Vienna, the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) raised the UK’s national...

E-Jihad: a credible new threat?

E-Jihad: a credible new threat?

Al-Qaeda's new cyber strategy and the outlook for cyber terrorism In June 2020, al-Qaeda (AQ) released the second issue of its new English-language magazine One Ummah. The publication's diverse contents included a lengthy article on the United States economy,...

Monthly Threat Update October 2020

Monthly Threat Update October 2020

October witnessed a noticeable increase in the frequency of Islamist attacks in Europe. In France, a spate of attacks related to the ongoing controversy around the publication of caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed led the French Interior Ministry to raise the...

Monthly Threat Update September 2020

Monthly Threat Update September 2020

There were no terrorist attacks in the UK this month. However, a man armed with a bladed weapon injured two people near the former offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris. The attack was reportedly launched in response to the magazine’s decision to...

COVID-19: Highlighting the CBR threat

COVID-19: Highlighting the CBR threat

COVID-19 has highlighted the threat of terrorists using CBR materials. Could this present a worrying new peril to business and the economy? Join Ed Butler CBE DSO - Chief Resilience Officer, Pool Re, and our expert team of panellists: Hamish de Bretton-Gordon OBE...

Monthly Threat Update August 2020

Monthly Threat Update August 2020

There were no terrorist attacks in Great Britain in August 2020. However, police did arrest several individuals in England and Northern Ireland on suspicion of preparation of terrorism acts. In Europe, a suspected Islamist extremist drove his car into several other...

Monthly Threat Update July 2020

Monthly Threat Update July 2020

There were no terrorist attacks in Great Britain this month, but counter-terrorism police did arrest four men suspected of plotting a ‘low-sophistication’ attack which involved plans to behead a Shia cleric. Separately, the Home Office proscribed the Feuerkrieg...

When terrorism and cyber worlds collide

When terrorism and cyber worlds collide

Tune into our webinar, as our expert panelists probe deeper into what this means for us, how the landscape is changing and how insurers are responding to the new and emerging threats. We live in an age of continuous change and disruption COVID-19, and the resulting...

Conspiracy theories and terrorism

Conspiracy theories and terrorism

Since April, unidentified assailants have partially damaged or destroyed over 70 communications masts across the UK. The attacks were inspired by an online conspiracy theory linking 5G communications to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. As well as targeting...

Time for a good, hard look in the mirror?

Time for a good, hard look in the mirror?

Even the UK’s National Risk Register[1] states a pandemic, albeit an influenza one, as one of the most significant threats facing the UK. Whilst this blog is not a commentary on how well the UK managed COVID-19, it does show that even governments find it difficult to...

Monthly Threat Update June 2020

Monthly Threat Update June 2020

There was one terrorist attack in Great Britain this month; a bladed weapons attack against members of the public in a park in Reading. The frequency of attacks across Western Europe is likely to increase as countries begin to ease restrictions imposed in response the...

Right-wing terrorism since Christchurch

Right-wing terrorism since Christchurch

By Eden Stewart, Senior Analyst and Callum Yourston, Analyst: Risk Awareness Team In March 2019, a gunmen killed 51 people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand; it was the deadliest attack by a right-wing terrorist (RWT) for nearly a decade. The shooting...

Webinar: COVID-19 and terrorism

Webinar: COVID-19 and terrorism

Andrew Silke, Pool Re and Cranfield University’s Professor of Terrorism Risk Management and Resilience assesses, in the attached report, the short and long term impacts and potential consequences of COVID-19 on terrorist actors, target types and methodologies.  This...

RFI Iran: Cyber Capabilities Conclusions

RFI Iran: Cyber Capabilities Conclusions

Executive Summary The following report comprises a collection and analysis of Iran's capabilities and accomplishments to date in the cyber field. Iran's cyber capabilities have been continuously improving over the course of the last five years, as state-backed groups...

The Importance of NDBI Cover

The Importance of NDBI Cover

"It'll never happen here" - we have worked with ITN and BIBA to produce this compelling short film. The aim is to help small businesses (SMEs) understand the impact of not having terrorism insurance in place, if the worst should happen. Centred in Borough Market, the...

Left-Wing Terrorism

Left-Wing Terrorism

With the collapse of communism in the late 1980s, the threat from left-wing terrorism receded in the West. Without the ideological authority and political support derived from the Soviet Union and its allies, the succession of violent Marxist-Leninist movements seen...

Right-Wing Terrorism

Right-Wing Terrorism

The massacre of 50 people at two mosques in southern New Zealand on 15 March served as a grim reminder of the threat posed by RWT. While accounting for a small proportion of terrorism globally, attacks by RWT have been on the rise in recent years across the West....

BIBA Terrorism Insurance Guide

BIBA Terrorism Insurance Guide

BIBA Terrorism Guide Pool Re was delighted to be asked to be a key contributor for this BIBA Terrorism Insurance Guide. We recognise the vital role insurance brokers play in ensuring commercial policyholders obtain the most appropriate insurance cover for their...

Daesh 2.0: What’s next?

Daesh 2.0: What’s next?

Analysis by the Royal United Institute (RUSI)  "To what extent will the current components which make up the UK terrorist threat change over the next three years?"  The terrorist threat to the UK comes from three types of threat actor. The most capable and determined...

Terrorism Frequency Report 03/18

Terrorism Frequency Report 03/18

This is the third edition of the Pool Re Terrorism Frequency Report and the last in 2018. We examine whether the threat of returning foreign fighters is greater than that posed by Islamist extremists who have not been to the so-called Caliphate (including the...

Terrorism Frequency Report 02/18

Terrorism Frequency Report 02/18

This second edition of the Terrorism Frequency Report coincides with the 25th anniversary of the formation of Pool Re. This resource provides Pool Re Members and stakeholders with a record of recent terrorist attacks, detailing their severity and frequency, as well as...

Al-Qaedaesh: Possible Al-Qaeda / Daesh merger

Al-Qaedaesh: Possible Al-Qaeda / Daesh merger

As predicted, Daesh's territorial holdings in Iraq and Syria and elsewhere across the globe have been significantly eroded and the impending collapse of the physical so-called Caliphate has raised hopes for the group's end. However, elements of Daesh and its ideology...

2017: A new IED campaign?

2017: A new IED campaign?

The Manchester attack was therefore inconsistent with the perceived trend towards low complexity attacks, and the marauding vehicle and bladed attacks in London Bridge in June seemingly confirmed the use of an IED in Manchester as anomalous. However, on 15 September,...

COVID-19: Highlighting the CBR threat

COVID-19: Highlighting the CBR threat

COVID-19 has highlighted the threat of terrorists using CBR materials. Could this present a worrying new peril to business and the economy? Join Ed Butler CBE DSO - Chief Resilience Officer, Pool Re, and our expert team of panellists: Hamish de Bretton-Gordon OBE...

Salisbury | Open for Business?

Salisbury | Open for Business?

On Sunday 4th March, the emergency services were called to a bench in the centre of Salisbury where father and daughter Sergei and Yulia Skripal were found "in a catatonic state". Within the next few hours, both the Skripals and a British police officer DS Nick Bailey...

Climate Change Reporting

Climate Change Reporting

Climate change is one of the most significant global issues of our time. In a recent United Nations Security Council Meeting, UN Secretary-General António Guterres stressed that “no one is safe from the destructive effects of climate disruption.” As our awareness and...

Cyber Terrorism: Islamic State’s effective exploitation of social media

Cyber Terrorism: Islamic State’s effective exploitation of social media

Our new online terrorism series explores how terrorist organisations are harnessing the internet to radicalise and train potential recruits, disseminate illegal content, facilitate communication, and incite acts of terrorism. The second instalment examines IS’ tactics and practices and the impact its social media strategy has on recruitment and propaganda.

RANSOMWARE: A Cyber Pandemic

RANSOMWARE: A Cyber Pandemic

By Conrad Prince CB, Pool Re’s Senior Cyber Terrorism Advisor – May 2021 Ransomware attacks, where cyber criminals seize control of victims’ computers and demand payment in return for restoring access, are a major criminal growth industry. According to one report,...

Left-Wing Terrorism

Left-Wing Terrorism

With the collapse of communism in the late 1980s, the threat from left-wing terrorism receded in the West. Without the ideological authority and political support derived from the Soviet Union and its allies, the succession of violent Marxist-Leninist movements seen...

Sector Risk Report: Airports

Sector Risk Report: Airports

Our new sector-specific risk report examines the terrorist threat to the airports sector and how it has changed post pandemic. This report is intended to share a more comprehensive understanding of the threat landscape surrounding airports, their possible...

Are you Protect Duty prepared?

Are you Protect Duty prepared?

In the recent Queen's speech, the Government announced they would be introducing a draft terrorism bill called Protect Duty. The implications of the legislation could be far reaching, possibly affecting tens of thousands (if not more) businesses throughout the UK....

Review of the Home Office Protect Duty Consultation Report January 2022

Review of the Home Office Protect Duty Consultation Report January 2022

On 10th January 2022, the Minister for Security and Borders at the Home Office, Damian Hinds MP, released a report summarising the findings from the public consultation for the proposed Protect Duty legislation that will require owners and/or operators of Publicly Accessible Locations (PALs) to take appropriate and proportionate measures to protect the public from terrorist attack.

Sector Risk Report: Retail and Hospitality

Sector Risk Report: Retail and Hospitality

Our latest sector-focused risk report examines the evolving terrorist threat to the retail and hospitality sector. This report is intended to provide a better understanding of the terrorist threat to owners and managers of businesses in the sector, so they can...

Briefing Note: Sir John Saunders Manchester Arena Inquiry

Briefing Note: Sir John Saunders Manchester Arena Inquiry

The Manchester Arena Inquiry, chaired by The Hon Sir John Saunders, was established by the Home Secretary in 2019 to investigate the 22 May 2017 Manchester Arena attack which killed 22 people and injured hundreds more. Seeking to reduce the risk of a similar attack...

Time for a good, hard look in the mirror?

Time for a good, hard look in the mirror?

Even the UK’s National Risk Register[1] states a pandemic, albeit an influenza one, as one of the most significant threats facing the UK. Whilst this blog is not a commentary on how well the UK managed COVID-19, it does show that even governments find it difficult to...

CT Security Guide for Business Premises

CT Security Guide for Business Premises

Each business sector faces its own unique challenges. The nature of their business, their profile, their people or their location are all factors that can present companies with varied levels of risk. The best practice counter-terrorism security guide was written with...

Sector Risk Report: Public Transport

Sector Risk Report: Public Transport

As one of a series of focused sector risk reports, Pool Re SOLUTIONS, has examined the evolving threat to the Public Transport sector from terrorism. This report will be of particular interest to operators and responsible persons who manage or operate in the public...

The Importance of NDBI Cover

The Importance of NDBI Cover

"It'll never happen here" - we have worked with ITN and BIBA to produce this compelling short film. The aim is to help small businesses (SMEs) understand the impact of not having terrorism insurance in place, if the worst should happen. Centred in Borough Market, the...

How to Stay Safe During the Festive Period

How to Stay Safe During the Festive Period

As the festive period approaches, it is important to remember that the UK faces a diverse and evolving terrorism threat. Among others, the 2016 Berlin Christmas Market and 2018 Strasbourg attacks act as a reminder of the intent of terrorist actors globally to conduct...

Decoding two differing responses to a common threat

Decoding two differing responses to a common threat

How do the UK and US compare?   The UK's revised Counter Terrorism Strategy (CONTEST) was published in June 2018.   The importance of working closely with the private sector, including the insurance sector, in counter-terrorism was highlighted as a theme across the...

How to Stay Safe During the Festive Period

How to Stay Safe During the Festive Period

As the festive period approaches, it is important to remember that the UK faces a diverse and evolving terrorism threat. Among others, the 2016 Berlin Christmas Market and 2018 Strasbourg attacks act as a reminder of the intent of terrorist actors globally to conduct...

Martyn’s Law Gov Update Dec 2022

Pool Re welcomes Protect Duty announcement NEWS RELEASE - 19 December 2022Pool Re, Britain’s leading terrorism reinsurer, today welcomes the UK government’s announcement of its upcoming Protect Duty legislation, also known as Martyn’s Law. In a statement yesterday the...

Are you Protect Duty prepared?

Are you Protect Duty prepared?

In the recent Queen's speech, the Government announced they would be introducing a draft terrorism bill called Protect Duty. The implications of the legislation could be far reaching, possibly affecting tens of thousands (if not more) businesses throughout the UK....

Cyber Terrorism: Islamic State’s effective exploitation of social media

Cyber Terrorism: Islamic State’s effective exploitation of social media

Our new online terrorism series explores how terrorist organisations are harnessing the internet to radicalise and train potential recruits, disseminate illegal content, facilitate communication, and incite acts of terrorism. The second instalment examines IS’ tactics and practices and the impact its social media strategy has on recruitment and propaganda.

2023 Annual Threat Report

2023 Annual Threat Report

Pool Re’s Annual Threat Report explores the key terrorism trends and events of 2023, provides outlooks for 2024, and assesses the possible drivers of UK terrorism threat going forward. Click the image below to access the full report.

Solutions Annual Review 2021

Solutions Annual Review 2021

It feels appropriate, a couple of months after the twentieth anniversary of 9/11, to pause and consider whether the world is more, or less, secure from terrorism than in the latter part of the previous century. I fear not. We are living in unprecedented times, in a...

Terrorism Frequency Report 02/18

Terrorism Frequency Report 02/18

This second edition of the Terrorism Frequency Report coincides with the 25th anniversary of the formation of Pool Re. This resource provides Pool Re Members and stakeholders with a record of recent terrorist attacks, detailing their severity and frequency, as well as...

Terrorist Attack at Sydney Church

Terrorist Attack at Sydney Church

Author: Oliver Hair ASyI,Threat AnalystRead Time: 3 minutes On 15 April 2024, an individual conducted a Bladed Weapons attack at a Sydney Church. The perpetrator targeted a bishop, a priest, and churchgoers during Mass at the Assyrian Christ The Good Shepherd Church....

COVID-19: Highlighting the CBR threat

COVID-19: Highlighting the CBR threat

COVID-19 has highlighted the threat of terrorists using CBR materials. Could this present a worrying new peril to business and the economy? Join Ed Butler CBE DSO - Chief Resilience Officer, Pool Re, and our expert team of panellists: Hamish de Bretton-Gordon OBE...

Webinar: COVID-19 and terrorism

Webinar: COVID-19 and terrorism

Andrew Silke, Pool Re and Cranfield University’s Professor of Terrorism Risk Management and Resilience assesses, in the attached report, the short and long term impacts and potential consequences of COVID-19 on terrorist actors, target types and methodologies.  This...

Sector Risk Report: Airports

Sector Risk Report: Airports

Our new sector-specific risk report examines the terrorist threat to the airports sector and how it has changed post pandemic. This report is intended to share a more comprehensive understanding of the threat landscape surrounding airports, their possible...

Sector Risk Report: Retail and Hospitality

Sector Risk Report: Retail and Hospitality

Our latest sector-focused risk report examines the evolving terrorist threat to the retail and hospitality sector. This report is intended to provide a better understanding of the terrorist threat to owners and managers of businesses in the sector, so they can...

Sector Risk Report: Public Transport

Sector Risk Report: Public Transport

As one of a series of focused sector risk reports, Pool Re SOLUTIONS, has examined the evolving threat to the Public Transport sector from terrorism. This report will be of particular interest to operators and responsible persons who manage or operate in the public...

The Importance of NDBI Cover

The Importance of NDBI Cover

"It'll never happen here" - we have worked with ITN and BIBA to produce this compelling short film. The aim is to help small businesses (SMEs) understand the impact of not having terrorism insurance in place, if the worst should happen. Centred in Borough Market, the...

BIBA Terrorism Insurance Guide

BIBA Terrorism Insurance Guide

BIBA Terrorism Guide Pool Re was delighted to be asked to be a key contributor for this BIBA Terrorism Insurance Guide. We recognise the vital role insurance brokers play in ensuring commercial policyholders obtain the most appropriate insurance cover for their...

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