Political and credit risk appetite ‘has returned’: Marsh executives
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Political and credit risk appetite ‘has returned’: Marsh executives

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Executives at broking behemoth Marsh said appetite for political and credit risk “has returned” as the recovery from the pandemic has taken hold, but that the turbulent period had also created an environment of growing economic risk, including widening inequality and a rise of resource nationalism.

Julie Martin and Stephen Kay, both senior executives within Marsh’s credit specialties practice, were speaking on Marsh’s recent "Risk in Context" podcast, where they outlined the strain the pandemic had caused, particularly from deficit spending by countries using unbudgeted...

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