Trade credit insurers reducing exposure and raising rates over no-deal Brexit fears

The heightened risk of a no-deal Brexit is fuelling demand for trade credit insurance, but insurers are taking action to reduce their exposure to UK corporates and raising rates.

Brexit is a big motivator for interest in credit insurance, according to Ian Watts, trade credit practice leader for M...

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