U.S. companies with worldwide operations want their insurance programs to be consistent throughout the globe. Our International Casualty products help achieve that goal.
Your risks outside of the U.S. can be as complex and varied as your operations. The ATLAS CMP solution includes a U.S. Controlled Master Program with admitted local policy placement along with the robust program structure and risk transfer options from a global insurer.
Sending employees, students, volunteers and other representatives abroad is part of doing business for your organization. Protect them while they travel with our crafted package of coverages.
When U.S.-based businesses are awarded federal government contracts for certain overseas projects, they are required to have a special type of workers compensation coverage. The Defense Base Act provides the framework for that coverage, and our insurance programs can be used to provide this coverage.
As U.S.-based companies continue to grow and expand their operations globally, the foreign exposures and risks they may face have never been greater. Our Cash Flow team provides comprehensive risk management programs, services and specialty products to meet the needs of large U.S. multinational companies.
You can provide coverage to students and chaperones to minimize risks from international travel. With thousands of students studying abroad every year, educational institutions face a host of exposures unique to foreign travel. In such cases, international casualty coverage is a must for the institution, and the most prudent schools also extend coverage to include students and chaperones.
A Controlled Master Program offers distinct advantages over a patchwork of policies approach.
Insurance that can grow with businesses that expand their operations overseas.
Learn how to remove the complexity surrounding multinational casualty programs in our advisory "Multinational Casualty — Compliance and Execution Simplified."
Get details on some of the key risks facing today's global film productions and how to manage them in our advisory, "Foreign Productions and Tours Add Risk for Filmmakers and Artists.”