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Assessing Violent Risks: How Terrorism Affects the Bottom Line in Financial Services

20th May 2005

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Impact on Financial Markets

Exclusive Analysis:

Political Environment

Domestic Economic & Corporate Performance

Impact on Financial Markets

Global Market Drivers

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Targets not always victims

Flight of Expertise; Expats

Increased security costs, insurance premium and time

Disruptions to the supply chain

Consumer confidence, spending patterns and costing assumptions

Impact of Violent Risk on Profitability

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Can very large losses be avoided or passed on?

What is the role of informed pricing?

Political Risk Forecasting and Insurance/Reinsurance

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Run Global Indexes, including Lloyd’s Cargo Watch List

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Introduction to Exclusive Analysis

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Risk Definitions

War

Political Risk

Civil Unrest

Terrorism

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Philippines: Globe Telecoms

  • NPA Communist attack on Globe Telecom in Hermosa, Bataan
  • NPA are prepared to extend violence to banks and mining properties
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Terrorism in Bolochistan: Pipelines

Saudi succession and evolving target set

Pipelines in Colombia

Taxation of foreign energy companies in Bolivia

East Timor

Equatorial Guinea

Sao Tome

Ceyhan-Baku pipeline

Energy

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Oil from Caspian Sea through Azerbaijan, Georgia, Eastern Turkey to the Mediterranean Sea and then on to Western markets.

Strengthening of undemocratic regimes

Further civil unrest

Ceyhan-Baku Pipeline (BTC Project)

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Suicide bombings 2003 in Istanbul

Al-Qaeda and a Turkish militant group

(Great Eastern Islamic Raiders’ Front)

4 small bombs in Ankara outside HSBC branch 2004

HSBC announced it is to stay despite risk of further attacks

Banks – HSBC Attacks

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DR Congo: Mining

  • Rioting in Mbuji Mayi, DR Congo
  • UDPS has flourished leading to civil unrest
  • Political mismanagement elevates instability
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Ivory Coast: Cocoa Industry

  • World’s main producer of cocoa
  • May 2005: Operation of Disarmament & Demobilization has been set in motion
  • Property will remain vulnerable
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Hotels and Hospitality: Kenya Paradise Hotel 2002

  • Area with high concentration of tourists
  • Extensive damage to property
  • Threat to tourists industry set to increase
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Case Study: Iraq’s Reconstruction

Elections: January 2005

  • Who are the insurgents?
  • Elections have heightened sectarian and ethnic cleavages
  • Reintegration of Baathists
  • Kurdish autonomy
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Escalating civil unrest

2003

2004

2005

Departure of Gonzalez

Left wing parties increase pressure on government

Hydro carbon Law to destabilize Mesa

Aggressive militant protest

Escalating civil unrest

Case Study: Bolivia (Gas)

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Assessing Violent Risks: How Terrorism Affects the Bottom Line in Financial Services

20th May 2005