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House Bill Introduced to Extend TRIA 10 Years
Legislation extending the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program for 10 years has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives...
PIA Thanks NCOIL During Testimony for Action on Certificates
PIA thanked the National Conference of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) for all of the work it has done in passing a model bill to curb requests of agents for ...
TRIA Nonrenewal Would Hurt Insurance Market
The insurance market, particularly the workers’ compensation segment, will be seriously affected if the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) is not reauthorized ...
Widespread Senate Support for TRIA Renewal During Hearing
On February 25, the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee held a hearing on reauthorization of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, which is set to ...
Failing to Renew TRIA Could Jeopardize National Security
Failing to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA), which will expire Dec. 31, 2014, could have negative consequences for U.S. national security...
TRIA Remains Stalled in the House
Despite the fact that a seven-year renewal (S.2244) of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act was passed in the Senate by an overwhelming, bipartisan vote of 93-4, ...
Congress Adjourns Without Extending TRIA
Congress adjourned for a five-week recess on August 1, 2014, with legislation to renew the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) stalled in the House...
The Hidden Costs of Terrorism
Although it may seem inappropriate to focus on the cost of terrorism after the tragic attacks in Paris, policymakers and investors must struggle to determine ...
Orlando Attack Rekindles Focus on Terrorism Insurance
Awareness of the need for terrorism risk insurance has increased in the wake of the recent mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, that left 49 ...
House Committee Markup of TRIA Bill Set for This Thursday
The House Financial Services Committee is tentatively scheduled to hold a markup of the committee’s draft bill to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Ac ...
House Committee Passes 5-year TRIA Extension
A divided House Financial Services Committee advanced to the House floor a bill that reauthorizes the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act for five years, but it puts ...
Congress in Recess for Fourth of July, Short Window for TRIA After
The House and Senate stand in recess until after the 4th of July...
PIA Praises Senate for Passing Bill to Reauthorize TRIA
PIA praised the U.S. Senate for passing the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (S. 2244) on Thursday, July 17, by an overwhelming, bipartisan ...
Group of 117 CEOs Calls on Congress to Extend TRIA
A group of top executives from 117 companies with offices in New York City has called on leaders in the U.S. House to move quickly to pass an extension to the ...
“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 ...
PIA National Praises President Bush as Terrorism Insurance Bill Signed
WASHINGTON, November 26, 2002 - The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA National) today praised President Bush for his leadership in ...
Congress Passes Terrorism Insurance Bill
The insurance industry and the business and consumer communities won a major victory this month with the passage of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act...
President Signs Terrorism Insurance Bill
President Bush signed the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 on November 26, 2002, bringing the campaign to enact an insurance backstop against potential ...
Terrorism Risk Insurance Act - An Update
As carriers attempt to comply with this new federal law, PIA members would naturally like to have one way to comply for all their...
White House Calls on Insurers to Encourage Insureds to Adopt Security Measures
A senior White House official is calling on the insurance industry to play an important role in the nation's war against terrorism -- one that...
Treasury Issues More Interim Guidance on TRIA
The U.S. Treasury Department has issued its third bulletin designed to assist insurers in determining how they may comply with certain aspects of the ...
TRIA Claims Procedure Rules
PIA continues to work with other insurance trades in our review and comments to Treasury on the latest proposed set of rules addressing claims procedures...
How Terror Cover Calculated Affects Agencies
Independent insurance agencies are incurring costs making sure that clients receive notices from carriers regarding coverage offered under the Terrorism Risk ...
Interest in Terrorism Coverage Under TRIA Remains Low
Insurers have had until today [February 25, 2003] to tell their commercial property clients how much they will charge for terrorism coverage, but so far...
Conning: Terrorism Insurance Act Does Not Solve Problems
New studies by Conning and Company say the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 (TRIA) has done very little to address the fundamental issues that...
TRIA Goes to Market
Enactment of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) of 2002 came at the end of a 14-month campaign by PIA and a host of...
TRIA Premiums Are Not Surcharges Says PIA
PIA is working with carrier trades in preparing our final comments to the U.S. Treasury Department on a final rule on how the portion of...
Interest in Terrorism Insurance Went Up in Run-up to War
Until recently, few companies took advantage of the terrorism coverage that insurers were required to offer under the new federal terrorism insurance program. ...
Reps. Oxley, Baker Hail Success of Terrorism Insurance Backstop
The House Financial Services Committee was quick to hail a report by Moody's Investors Service (see PIA National Newsline 4/28/03) based on an informal ...
P&C Industry Not Included in Final Patriot Act Rules
The property/casualty insurance industry is not included infinal rules issued April 30, 2003, by the U.S. Treasury Department relating to implementation of ...