Gallagher International Credit & Political Risk Market Update: January 2015 [ Market Report]
The Gallagher International Credit and Political Risk (CPRI) Market Update: January 2015 offers 2014 CPRI recap highlights while noting that credit-insurer-led forecasts for 2015 appear to indicate an even more significant fall in total insolvencies across the globe. Increases appear to be limited to Russia, China, Brazil and some parts of Europe. However, insolvency levels are still expected to remain considerably above 2007 levels. What should your organization be tracking for 2015 potential trade credit issues?
Gallagher International Credit and Political Risk Insurance Report and Market Update - July 2014 [ Market Report]
Gallagher's International Trade Credit and Political Risk Insurance (CPRI) July 2014 Report offers a mid-year pulse of the global credit markets and political risk challenges that may affect them.
Gallagher Credit and Political Risk Insurance Report and Market Update - January 2014 [ Market Report]
“Political risk in emerging markets is expected to heighten in 2014 as governments look to balance lower economic growth with the increased expectations of their growing populations” (Lloyd’s of London, January 2014). Arthur J. Gallagher's Credit and Political Risk Insurance (CPRI) Market Update for January 2014 summarizes the changes in line structure and tenors available from commercial CPRI insurers since the last report in July 2013. The summary reflects the outcome of reinsurance negotiations where renewals have been completed in the intervening period - as well as the arrival of any new insurers. This report also features the economic impact of global market fluctuations as well as the financial implications of political unrest in various areas throughout the world.
Credit and Political Risk: PRI Report & Market Update [ Whitepaper]
The Gallagher London PRI Market Update for July 2013 summarizes the changes in line structure and tenors available from commercial Political Risk Insurance (PRI) insurers since our last report in January 2013. The summary reflects the outcome of reinsurance negotiations, the arrival of new insurers and areas that could be impacted by economic, political or violent situations.
Securing International Coverages―Defense Contractor [ Case Study]
A defense contractor, who had won a bid on a U.S. military contract outside of the U.S., needed international insurance coverages including Defense Base Act coverage. The organization's broker didn’t have the expertise or resources to obtain the complex international coverages and work could not begin until they did.