Ukraine and its impact on the terrorism and political violence insurance market
In this IIL London Market webinar, Charles Berry talks about terrorism and political violence (PV) in the insurance market. The stand-alone terrorism and political violence insurance market has run a spectacular trajectory since 9/11. Recently losses from the Ukraine war and from civil unrest around the world have taken the market into more choppy waters. This webinar places the market in context; highlights its strengths and weaknesses; and suggests what its future might look like.
This session will cover:
- Review the PV/War risks spectrum
- Look at losses in its three main areas: terrorism; civil unrest; and conflicts
- Assess the PV insurance market’s offering in each of these areas
- Introduce the six strategies used by PV insurers and underwriters in the other market silos involved in writing war risks to enable them to write the class on a sound basis
- Look to the future of the PV market
- Further insight into the risks and threats from the current geopolitical climate
- A better understanding of the coverages available
- A growing appreciation of the differences between insuring the deliberate acts of mankind, as opposed to the accidents of nature.
This session will not be recorded, so a playback will not be available for members who do not attend the live event - Chatham House rules.
Chair: Geraldine Wright, Company Secretary, LIIBA
- Online event
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