The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) expires at the end of 2020 but insurers are already grappling with the possibility of a world without TRIA. While the private market for terrorism insurance has grown, there are doubts whether the industry can write terrorism insurance without a federal backstop.
In the event of a fire or other disaster, would you be able to remember all your possessions? Having an up-to-date home inventory will help you get your insurance claim settled faster, verify losses and help you purchase the correct amount of insurance.
Rating variables are an indispensable tool for setting the cost of insurance and restricting their use can have unintended consequences, according to a new paper released jointly by the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) and the Insurance Information Institute.
For immediate release New York Press Office: (212) 346-5500; email@example.com NEW YORK, September 10, 2019—Nearly every large economy’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth worldwide is expected to be lower in 2019 than in 2018 yet insurers have found ways to remain profitable, according to a new Insura… Read More
For immediate release New York Press Office: (212) 346-5500; firstname.lastname@example.org NEW YORK, September 9, 2019 — Enacted after 9/11, the federal Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) has been an essential component of the U.S.’s economy because the law has made terrorism insurance available and affordable, ac… Read More