Will fraud be bigger than Covid-19 for trade credit?
In our last newsletter we commented that we had seen an increase in claims resulting from fraud – particularly involving commodity traders. According to the GTR, this was also the topic which most concerned trade credit professionals in 2020.
Interview with our new Managing Director
Helen Meredith has stepped up as Managing Director of ASL. In this interview she is asked about her thoughts on this new position
Social Engineering – Recent Trends
Frauds involving social engineering are continuing to result in substantial losses. This short article sets out some recent trends we have seen at ASL.
Have insurers turned a crisis into an opportunity?
Key participants in the credit and political risk market have been telling us that they are not seeing the anticipated tsunami of claims as a result of Covid-19.
Claim Trends From Our Dubai Office
More evidence of claims relating to credit, cybercrime and PI across the Middle East and Africa, as well as the Far East
SME Update – Cybercrime and Business Interruption
It’s been a busy few months for the cyber team here at ASL. Why? Largely because of an increasing number of cybercrime and business interruption claims notified by SMEs, especially in the UK.
Potential impact of Covid-19 on Bankers’ Blanket Bond & Commercial Crime Policies
Clients have asked us about the potential impact of Covid-19 on Bankers’ Blanket Bond and Commercial Crime policies. Here are our thoughts on some of the factors that could lead to increased criminal activity.
Adjusting to Covid19 – Loss Adjusting at ASL During and After the Pandemic
In the 12 months prior to the pandemic our team travelled to over 40 countries to adjust claims; we explain how our work has changed now that we are all confined to home.