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Bill calls on U.S. to transfer Government risks to private sector capital
A piece of legislation that is passing through the U.S. government houses at the moment calls on the United States government to be more proactive in transferring insurance related risks from federal programs to the private market. H.R. 5381, also known as the “Government Risk and Taxpayer Exposure Reduction Act of 2018” or the “GRATER Act of 2018” has already been passed by voice by an important government committee, the House Oversight, and Government Reform Committee, and now insurance and reinsurance industry organizations are adding their backing to aid the bill’s passage. The bill calls for the U.S. government to minimize credit, guarantee, and insurance risk associated with all Federal Government programs, by transferring the risk to the private sector at market terms.
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