“Pool Re remains committed to improving the industry’s understanding of the threat posed by all forms of terrorism, and this report is an important part of our development of an ecosystem of expertise and knowledge.”
That was how chief resilience officer Ed Butler described Pool Re’s latest Terrorism Frequency Report, which is the fourth edition overall and the first for the year. It shines a spotlight on topics such as non-damage business interruption (NDBI) – a peril that the state-backed terrorism reinsurer can now cover, thanks to the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019.
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