What Lenders Need to Know About Political Risk Insurance

A discussion of issues lenders should consider when obtaining political risk insurance (PRI) including the losses covered, causation requirements, waiting periods and standard exclusions and exceptions.  This note also discusses conditions for compensation under PRI policies for currency inconvertibility, expropriation and political violence.

Frederick E. Jenney, Morrison & Foerster LLP


 

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