Terrorism & Political Violence

Recent terrorism events have highlighted the change in nature of attacks with strong focus being more towards loss of life and economic damage than traditional property damage.

As the evolution of terrorism events continues, companies and individuals must consider the effects of not only traditional direct physical damage exposures, but also the indirect consequences such as personal injury and the financial burden of attacks. Businesses do not always have to be the direct target to be financially impacted by an event.


  • Sabotage and Terrorism
  • Riots, Strikes, Civil Commotion
  • Malicious Damage
  • Political Violence
  • War/Civil War
  • Business Interruption
  • Contingent Business Interruption
  • Non-Physical Damage Business Interruption
  • Third Party Liability
  • Counter Insurgency
  • Threat
  • Active Assailant
  • Event Cancellation

Your Key Contacts

Mark Rees


Terrorism & Political Violence, Hull, Machinery & War Risks

Adrian Spooner

MD, North America Marine

Terrorism and Political Violence