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At Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., we try to learn everything we can about the industries we serve and the risks they may encounter. It’s a commitment that’s embedded in our corporate culture to expanding our expertise, continuing educational development and gathering topical updates to remain ahead of the curve.

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Global Risk Bulletin June 2017

The Global Risk Bulletin is a monthly newsletter produced by Salamanca Group for XL Catlin, profiling recent worldwide developments which have the potential to impact the personnel, assets and business operations of their clients.

Tag(s): Terrorism;

Kidnap Monthly Briefing - January 2017

This monthly briefing is to keep you informed of the trends in kidnapping worldwide and assess the risk of kidnapping to your business. This issue includes an overview of kidnapping-for-ransom trends in December 2016, a brief on the risk to foreign nationals in Latin America and a focus on the kidnap and detention risk in the Congo (DRC).

Global Risk Bulletin December 2016

The Global Risk Bulletin is a monthly newsletter produced by Salamanca Group for XL Catlin, profiling recent worldwide developments which have the potential to impact the personnel, assets and business operations of their clients.

Active Shooter

One of the worst forms of workplace violence is an active shooter situation. Police may respond promptly to your 911 call but, in the interim, lives are at risk.

Tag(s): Loss Control;

Terrorism Risk Insurance Act: Coverage Extension Update: June 2014

On June 12, 2014, the House Financial Services Committee released a discussion draft of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act Reform Act of 2014 (TRIA) and a potential extension for the TRIA coverage beyond its current expiration set for December 31, 2014. The report found that the GAO is not collecting enough data from insurers to determine whether the goals of the federal government’s terrorism insurance backstop program are being met. Without an extension, the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (“TRIA”), initially enacted in 2002 following the events of September 11, 2001, and extended in 2005 and 2007, will expire.

Tag(s): Loss Control; Terrorism;