Spike in enquiries for tanker political violence cover in the Gulf - Reuters

Jan 23 2020


Reuters reports insurance brokers saying there has been a spike in enquiries from tanker operators for political violence cover in the Gulf.

“Enquiries have doubled since tanker attacks last summer, so over a period of six months or so,” Gaurav Bhatnagar, managing director and head of Marsh JLT Specialty for the Middle East and Africa, told Reuters on Wednesday.

 

Reuters article


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