TRIA Program Falls Short on NBCR

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  1. Ensure the continued widespread availability and affordability of property and casualty insurance for terrorism risk; and
  2. Build capacity to absorb any future losses.
  • The availability, affordability, and capacity in the private market to insure (a) conventional terrorism risks; and (b) NBCR terrorism risks; and
  • Access to the program by (a) large, well-financed, multinational corporations; and (b) small and medium businesses, nonprofits, and local governments.

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