Political Risk Insurance

Political risk insurance coverage

Investment and loan protection from political risks resulting from acts of government including but not limited to nationalisations, discrimination or intervention against foreign owned business in contravention to investors rights under host country or international law, failure of the government to pay contractually due amounts, restrictions on the transfer of foreign currency and damage to investments from acts of terrorism, political violence and / or war.

Political Risk Insurance provides protection against equity invested in or loans made to from a parent or to a subsidiary or Joint venture. Provides the risk transfer of catastrophic loss scenarios that can damage a company’s balance sheet, P&L and have a consequential impact on share prices. 

Political risk insurance coverage for banks  protects against non-payment by the borrower (or guarantor) of principal and interest due to creditors as a result of certain defined political events. Provides country risk mitigation.

An Expert Team

Our team has the ability to provide innovative solutions to mitigate clients’ diverse political and payment risks for our clients who include major investment and commercial banks, significant commodity traders and international corporates. The insurance broking team’s background of working for financial institutions, corporates and commodity traders, gives us a unique perspective how to best structure an effective insurance product for our clients. The team includes a former insurance underwriter and brokers who had previously worked in large broking houses.

London

T      +44 (0)20 7481 3030
11-12 Bury Street
London EC3A 5AT

 

Singapore

T      +65 6908 1568
3 Pickering Street
02 -53 China Square
Central - Nankin Row
Singapore, 048660

 

New York

T      +1 646 517 3599
245 Park Avenue
39th Floor
New York
NY 10167

 

 

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