Zurich Begs To Differ On TRIA

To The Editor:

I read with great interest, and some concern, Gary Mogels June 9 overview of Moodys report on the potential impact of terrorism risk on property-casualty insurers (see “Moody’s Surveys Insurers On TRIA, page 34).

Assessment of terrorism risk and the impact of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 for any individual insurer is, at best, a complicated exercise. The Moodys Investors Service ranking of insurer exposure to a terrorism event made a series of assumptions that mask the exposure-management strategies implemented by those insurers that are today preparing for the expiration of TRIA.

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