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According to the Insurance Information Institute: "Besides the tragic loss of human life, the economic costs of terrorism are immense: increased security and anti-terrorist expenditures, consumer and investor uncertainty, supply chain and business continuity disruptions, industry retrenchment – all and more can have negative impacts on economic growth." (Photo: ©Richard B. Levine/ALM Media archives) According to the Insurance Information Institute: “Besides the tragic loss of human life, the economic costs of terrorism are immense: increased security and anti-terrorist expenditures, consumer and investor uncertainty, supply chain and business continuity disruptions, industry retrenchment – all and more can have negative impacts on economic growth.” (Photo: ©Richard B. Levine/ALM Media archives)

A bipartisan effort moved forward this week to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) through 2027.

Elana Ashanti Jefferson

Executive Editor Elana Ashanti Jefferson is a veteran journalist and communications professional. She can be reached by sending email to ejefferson@alm.com.

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