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Pursuing Political Risk Insurance Coverage In 2017

If 2016 is memorable as a year of immense political upheaval, 2017 may offer more of the same.  Already, in the first months of 2017, significant domestic political events have transpired, with the promise of more to come.  These are events of significant consequence to specific companies, discrete industries and America’s global trading partners.  Domestically, for example, we can anticipate changes in regulations governing private health insurance and uncertainty regarding bi- and multi-lateral trade agreements.  Overseas, continued anxiety exists in Europe over the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis and “Brexit.”  France, Germany, the Netherlands and Italy will all hold general elections in 2017, with important implications for the Euro and the economic outlook for the EU and the global economy.[1] There are ways to manage even the extreme financial risk created by the political turmoil of late. Well-established tools like lobbying, contractual risk transfer and insurance may to one degree or another… Continue Reading

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