COVID-19 is having an impact on a host of insurance sectors – from reduced car insurance premiums, through to the controversy surrounding business interruption claims. However, what impact could it have on the terrorism insurance sector and will the coronavirus heighten or lower the risk of potential attacks?
Now, Pool Re has attempted to address some of these questions in a new report authored with Cranfield University’s Professor of terrorism, risk and resilience Andrew Silke.
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