Join Swiss Re Corporate Solutions for its next, free risk management webinar, "Insuring Black Swans - Understanding Non-physical Damage Business Interruption Coverage."
In today's global economy, companies rely less on tangible properties for their continued operations and become more dependent on complex, world-wide supply chains. In addition, regulatory, reputational, cyber and other fortuitous risks threaten the long-term outlook of businesses. Unfortunately, traditional property damage and business interruption (PD/BI) policies do not necessarily protect corporations from all of the risks that may lead to a business interruption loss. That's why Swiss Re Corporate Solutions is a leader in developing customized solutions to protect corporations from business interruption losses that go beyond the coverages provided in traditional PD/BI policies.
In this webinar, we'll discuss the various approaches to insured perils, defining triggers, structuring and indemnity for non-physical damage business interruption (NDBI) insurance. While we obviously cannot provide you with all the answers, we hope to stimulate your imagination about unique approaches to business interruption insurance that drive further discussions and solutions.
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