Aon tasks team with resolving protection gap

Seventeen years ago, the 9/11 attacks were a black swan event for financial markets and the broader economy. Now, insurance firm Aon is examining terrorism risk as part of a wider aim to close insurance protection gaps and transfer risk to the capital markets.

  • By Jasper Cox
  • 12 Sep 2018

The attacks stimulated discussion in the insurance industry about how to deal with such man-made catastrophes and how to create a market for protecting against the risks of them. 

Now, Aon is looking at how different examples fared and the changing nature of the threat.

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