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Terrorism Risk Insurance Extension Act of 2005 (TRIEA)

February 1, 2007

Property & Casualty

On Friday, December 16, 2005, House and Senate negotiators completed a deal to extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) through 2007. TRIA, passed by Congress in November2002, created a three-year program in which the federal government would share in the cost of a foreign terrorist attack that produced at least $5 million in insured losses, was deemed a “certified act” by certain government officials, and met certain other requirements.

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Priya Cherian Huskins

Senior Vice President, Management Liability

Editor, Management Liability/D&O

Priya is a recognized expert and frequent speaker on D&O liability risk and its mitigation. In addition to consulting on D&O insurance, she counsels clients on corporate governance matters, including ways to reduce their exposure to shareholder lawsuits and regulatory investigations. Priya serves on the board of an S&P 500 public company and a large private company and has an impressive list of publications, speaking engagements, and awards for her influence and expertise in the industry. 

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