Covid-19: Insurers will need to "carefully consider" BI position, says Oliver Wyman


Oliver Wyman’s insurance team has warned that insurers will need to “carefully consider” how they handle business interruption claims in relation to Covid-19.

The management consulting firm admitted that there is wide expectation that claims in this area may be limited as most businesses are not covered for pandemic risks and many policies require infectious conditions to be named.

However, it added: “There is increasing pressure in many countries from governments, regulators, industry bodies

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