Public-private partnership to tackle systemic risks 'in the government's interest', says Pool Re CEO Clementi

Tom Clementi

Pool Re CEO Tom Clementi has said that it is in the government’s interest to pursue a public-private partnership with the insurance industry to address systemic risks.

Clementi, pictured, who took the reins at the state-backed terrorism reinsurer in April, made the comments on the second day of the Airmic conference in Liverpool on Wednesday.

Asked whether there

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