Neon to lead London political risks insurance consortium

Neon to lead London political risks insurance consortium

Neon to lead London political risks insurance consortium

A new political risks insurance consortium has been established in London, with Lloyd’s insurer Neon as the lead and MS Amlin becoming a joint agreement party. The London Political Risks Insurance Consortium has been created in response to increased levels of political uncertainty across the globe, which have triggered demand for political risks insurance coverage at scale, according to Neon.…

US-China trade war and changing world order top business risks in 2019: Control Risks

US-China trade war and changing world order top business risks in 2019: Control Risks

US-China trade war and changing world order top business risks in 2019: Control Risks

There will be little time for multinationals to mourn the end of the post-war liberal consensus that brought about globalisation, as the developing US-China trade war, and the story it foretells about a new world order, becomes the defining geopolitical risk in 2019, according to Control Risks…

Cyber tops risk ranking in Europe and North America: WEF report

Cyber tops risk ranking in Europe and North America: WEF report

Cyber tops risk ranking in Europe and North America: WEF report

Cyber security is the top threat facing European businesses in 2018, followed by asset bubble and failure of national governance, according to a new report and survey from the World Economic Forum (WEF). Globally, cyberattack recorded a rise from eighth position to fifth place in 2018, but of the 19 countries where businesses ranked cyberattack as their number one risk over the next 10 years, 12 were in Europe…

Political violence insurance slow to take off in Zimbabwe despite protests

Political violence insurance slow to take off in Zimbabwe despite protests

Political violence insurance slow to take off in Zimbabwe despite protests

Persuading firms to buy political risk insurance in Zimbabwe has proved challenging, according to one leading insurer. Alice Shumba, executive director – operations at FBC Reinsurance, said: “We have been championing political violence insurance but there were no takers.” She said she was not sure whether it was a case of insureds and risk managers not fully understanding how the…

Political risks increase across Africa

Political risks increase across Africa

Political risks increase across Africa

Political risk is mostly increasing across Africa, according to the latest report from Gallaghers. In its quarterly outlook, it highlights seven Sub Saharan African countries where the threat of political risks is on the increase, compared to just three countries where the risk is declining. The riskier countries in July (compared to January) include Burkino Faso, Ivory Coast, Democratic Republic…

Aon, Chubb and Lloyd’s team up for $500m global terrorism policy

Aon, Chubb and Lloyd’s team up for $500m global terrorism policy

Aon, Chubb and Lloyd’s team up for $500m global terrorism policy

Aon, Chubb and Lloyd’s have collaborated to bring a new terrorism and political violence insurance product to multinational buyers. The companies said the new Platinum policy offers buyers “unprecedented” limits of up to $500m per policy on standalone terrorism coverage. Insureds can also add liability, non-damage business interruption and cyber cover. Aon said the policy will provide globally-admitted cover using…

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