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Marsh's Serricchio: TRIA's Inclusion of Cyber Terrorism Opens Up Captive Opportunities

Michael Serricchio, managing director, Marsh Captive Solutions, said recent rule changes mean more captive insurers could be covered for cyberrisk in the event of terrorism.

March 12, 2018

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