Posted on 20 Apr 2012
Chartis has issued a briefing paper entitled, “How to Build a Multinational Program: Charting Your Course.” The paper takes a look at the tools of the multinational insurance trade--including local policies, global policies and controlled master programs -- and examines common challenges companies face in protecting their global operations.
The paper, authored by David Halperin, Deputy General Counsel of Global Commercial Insurance at Chartis, unravels the complexities of multinational insurance and provides fundamental guidance for multinationals of any size seeking to insure multi-country risks.
“There is no one approach to structuring multinational programs, and the dialogue on this topic will continue as global business and regulatory environments evolve. This paper addresses issues relevant to multinational clients with insurance needs in today’s world,” said Mr. Halperin.
“We are pleased to offer this paper as part of our continued commitment to offering a flexible, practical and informed approach to designing multinational programs that ultimately provide value to our customers,” said Mark DeMartine, President of Global Markets at Chartis.