International Loss: 5 Key Requirements Your Claims Adjuster Needs to Know


While global expansion brings new business opportunities, it also complicates a company’s risk profile. When a business suffers a large international loss, adjusting the claim becomes complex.

Download this guide to understand the importance of:

  • global master policy vs. local policy
  • mitigating losses
  • cultural differences
  • taxation
  • local expertise

Many U.S. businesses have an international exposure, whether they source materials, run brick and mortar locations, or maintain sales relationships abroad. Likewise, many foreign firms operate U.S. subsidiaries in order to take advantage of the large U.S. market.  Adjusting these complex losses requires specialized expertise.

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