Pool Re’s treaty reinsurance plans present SME cover opportunity

Tom Clementi

Proposals to make Pool Re a treaty reinsurer could lead to a greater proportion of UK SMEs taking out terrorism cover, senior industry figures have said.

Under plans first pitched last year, Pool Re would adopt a model more similar to how insurers purchase reinsurance for natural catastrophes.

Speaking at a Pool Re event last week, the government-backed

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Lloyd’s DEI role model: David Flint

Last year, Lloyd’s commissioned Franklyn Rodgers to create six portraits of diverse role models and over the coming weeks we will feature them all with today’s spotlight on the ambassador of the Lloyd’s Football Club and CEO of Blue Mountain Capacity David Flint.

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