Marsh Insights: Political Risk & Trade Credit, June 2012—Issue V
Published on: 27-Jun- 2012 | Comments: 0
Marsh's Political Risk and Trade Credit newsletter provides commentary and analysis on developments in the political risk and trade credit insurance markets.
Our latest issue covers:
Avoiding Larger Losses Resulting from Preference Actions
Suppliers and creditors can face significantly larger losses than expected when bankrupt buyers use preference actions to recover trade debt payments they made prior to their bankruptcies. We discuss the role insurance can play in protecting suppliers and creditors and provide two case studies.
Accessing Public Sector Political Risk and Trade Credit Insurance
A major provider of political and trade credit insurance, the public sector should not be overlooked.
World Investment and Political Report Finds Investors Concerned About Political Risks
According to the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency's World Investment and Political Risk Report, the Arab Spring, European debt crisis, and regime instability will continue to fuel investors' concern about political risk.
Strategies for Managing Risks Associated with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Investigations under the FCPA have been growing in recent years but until now there were few options for managing such risks.
Global Demand for Trade Credit Insurance on the Rise
The European sovereign debt crisis is likely driving demand, most notably in Asia.
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