In a world full of political uncertainty, mitigation of political risk is a significant factor in the success of overseas projects, investments, and contracts. By obtaining coverage against possible losses resulting from political actions or inaction by the host government, more focus can be placed on measures to increase profit potential.
In addition to traditional political risk insurance programs, risk transfer strategies have become increasingly more flexible and can be adapted to better suit the needs of our clients. They can be channeled through captive management companies, special purpose vehicles, or can be used by financial institutions to mitigate the political risk in their portfolio of emerging market assets. Through creativity and flexibility, the Political Risk Practice has placed difficult risks and developed customized solutions to complex client issues.
Marsh's Political Risk clients benefit from the following:
Risk Management Solutions
We focus on understanding each client's unique business and philosophy to create solutions that meet their specific insurance needs. We offer consulting services to assist risk and finance managers in determining effective political risk management strategies. We also provide assistance with contract review, claims management, and country risk assessment.
We have successfully placed political risk and structured credit programs for clients in a wide range of industries including, aerospace, automotive, banking/finance, chemical & life sciences, construction, manufacturing, military/defense, mining, paper, pharmaceuticals, power and power/infrastructure, technology, and telecommunications.
Political risk and structured Credit underwriters recognize the commitment of full-time Marsh specialists both to our clients and to their specific programs. We maintain strong ties and enjoy excellent working relationships with the major private and public sector markets. The Political Risk & Structured Credit Practice includes a team of professionals located in the US, Canada, Brazil, UK, France, Spain, Germany, India, Singapore, and Australia.