Pool Re, the UK state-backed terrorism pool, and the National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO) have launched an initiative which will allow for a Loss Mitigation Credit (LMC), providing a reduction in premium, to be considered by Pool Re Members for site owners and operators engaging with NaCTSO through the Crowded Places Programme.
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