Emil Metropoulos, SVP and workers’ compensation and terrorism practice leader at Guy Carpenter
The market should brace itself for some disruption if the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) is not extended in 2020—and carriers should definitely assume that changes to the terrorism backstop will be made, and prepare accordingly.
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