Businesses face many and varied risks, especially when venturing into emerging markets. Where these risks arise from government intervention, contract frustration, political violence or credit default, the Liberty Financial Risk Solutions team has both the experience and capacity to help.
The team comprises experienced underwriters and analysts based in London, Paris, Singapore and Sydney, each of whom bring their specialist skills, experience and understanding of both global credit and political risks to bear on crafting insurance solutions for our clients. Liberty underwriters have a flexible, hands-on approach; they work closely with our specialist claims team to deliver a market-leading service.
Liberty is proud to offer our clients tailor-made insurance solutions, and our global scale and reach is reflected in our client base, which includes government agencies, international banks, multinationals, global commodity companies, and a range of exporters and contractors.
Liberty’s Credit insurance offering is designed to help protect our clients against the risk of default by their customers under their sales contracts. Our coverage is focused on specific transactions and can protect both domestic and export contracts.
For banks, we can provide a wide range of Credit insurance solutions for their financing activities. Whether they are financing trade transactions or other corporate lending, we have an insurance product to suit.
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Liberty’s Political Risk insurance products help protect our clients against the risks of investing in, or trading with, emerging markets worldwide. We can help protect a client’s equity investment or mobile equipment against risks such as confiscation or political violence, or we can focus coverage on our client’s contracts with government entities overseas, and protect them against the risk of default.
We also work with the banks that finance these types of investments and contracts to help protect their loans against the additional risks that are often associated with lending into emerging markets.
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