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“TRIA After 2014”: Wharton School of Economics Issues Report

The Wharton Risk Management and Decision Processes Center has issued a new report, “TRIA after 2014,” that provides quantitative analyses on the impacts of the Senate and House committee bills and their differing risk-sharing arrangements under a renewed Terrorism Risk Insurance Act...
August 7, 2014

The Wharton Risk Management and Decision Processes Center has issued a new report, “TRIA after 2014,” that provides quantitative analyses on the impacts of the Senate and House committee bills and their differing risk-sharing arrangements under a renewed Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA). The analyses are based on several hypothetical scenarios of financial losses from terrorist attacks in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles and New York, provided by the modeling firm Risk Managements Solutions and the impacts on 750 insurers operating in these markets.

TRIA After 2014 (Wharton Risk Center)
Wharton School Commentary (CNBC 7/22/14)

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