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The expired TRIA triggered federal involvement when insurance losses reached $100 million, but capped assistance at $100 billion.
We are appreciative of the House's quick action this afternoon to reauthorize TRIA for six years," said Ken A.
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First, TRIA does not provide adequate financial protection, particularly in the face of economically motivated attacks.
Since banks often require 'all risk' policies in order to provide financing, the elimination of TRIA could place property owners in default on their loans.
However, given what just happened, you cannot assume the new Congress will pass a TRIA bill.
Preparing ahead of the expiration deadline becomes crucial for companies that may be facing several challenges at this renewal, such as the impact on embedded TRIA coverage, standalone terrorism pricing and TRIA captive placements.
Many in the industry believe that without TRIA, the private market for terrorism insurance would be minimal or nonexistent.
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Specific short-term policy recommendations for the initial renewal of TRIA included an increase in the program's trigger for "certified events" from $5 million to $500 million, so private insurers and reinsurers would be wholly responsible for any attack where aggregate losses totaled less than $500 million.