According to Aon, 85 percent of insurers would pull terrorism risk cover if the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) expired. The revelation comes as the broker calls on the US government to extend The Act, saying that it “remains the best solution for handling the terrorism insurance exposure in the US”.
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Insurance, Terrorism Risk, Aon, Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, US, Aaron Davies, Aon Risk Solutions