In an increasingly uncertain global geo-political and socio-economic climate, infrastructure projects are particularly vulnerable to total or partial loss of investment in some developing economies. Social instability and adverse government actions are among the most common examples of political risks that investors can face when investing in these countries. In addition, construction workers and other project specialists will often experience a greater threat to their personal security.
The mitigation of such risks through political risk and special risks insurance is therefore a key consideration. Political risk insurance can also be used as a tool to open up new markets where investors see real opportunity for growth.
In response to the above, Long Term Infrastructure Investors Association (LTIIA) and Marsh JLT are hosting a panel discussion on Thursday 2 April and invite you to attend. Our panel will consider some of the important risk factors in the development and financing of infrastructure projects, and how political risk and special risks insurance products (both public and private markets) can help mitigate these.
Numbers are restricted therefore please answer by Monday 16 March.
If you have a colleague or peer who may be interested in attending this event, please let us know and we will extend our invite to them.
Click here to register.
The seminar will be recorded and might be displayed on LTIIA website.