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Active Assailant Risk: Exposure modeling and insurance solutions

Learn about resources to prepare and protect your business..

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As the threat of active assailant grows more prevalent, businesses are continually challenged with ensuring the health and safety of their people and their visitors. Multiple locations, points of ingress and egress, security protocols...making sure all the bases and potential scenarios are covered can be daunting. And it's not just your human assets that need protection, as violent incidents can also take a toll on your physical and financial assets.

On our recent webcast, "Active Assailant Risk: Exposure Modeling and Insurance Solutions," a panel of industry and risk specialists discussed valuable resources that can assist you in better preparing and protecting your business, including mass casualty scenario modeling and available risk transfer options.

Active Assailant Risk: Exposure modeling and insurance solutions

Active Assailant Risk: Exposure modeling and insurance solutions

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Panelists

Dan Aronson, US Casualty Practice Leader - Marsh

Renata Elias, Strategic Consultant - Marsh Advisory

Margaret Fitzpatrick, Senior Consultant, Emerging Risks - Marsh

Jonathan Frost, Senior Property Risk Consultant - Marsh Advisory

Dan Kennedy, SVP, US Security Operation - Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield

Tarique Nageer, Property Terrrorism Placement and Advisory Leader - Marsh

Dave Rapp, Senior Casualty Advisor - Marsh

Reggie Roberts, Jr., Partner - Sanders Roberts LLP

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Panelists

Renata Elias, Strategic Risk Consultant - Marsh Advisory

Jonathan Frost, Senior Security Consultant - Marsh Advisory

Dan Kennedy, SVP US Security Operations - Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield

Tarique Nageer, Property Terrorism Placement and Advisory Leader - Marsh

Dave Rapp, Senior Casualty Advisor - Marsh

Reginald Roberts, Jr., Partner - Sanders Roberts LLP