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Understanding CAT Coverage on a Cargo Policy, With Ryan Thaanum

The cargo insurance market has experienced challenging conditions over the past few years. Cargo policies that include warehouse inventory coverage are subject to increasing scrutiny for property risk. One of the most critical elements of warehouse inventory coverage is what is known as CAT coverage. To help us understand more about this topic, we brought in ECIB’s market expert and Manager of Pricing & Retention, Ryan Thaanum.

 

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