By The International Credit Insurance & Surety Association
‘A consultant to alternate credits assurance’ is a reference ebook on exchange credits coverage, written from a global viewpoint. it's a compilation of contributions from quite a few authors and reviewers drawn from ICISA member businesses. The publication presents an outline of the entire procedure relating to alternate credits coverage, together with the background of exchange credits assurance, exchange credits assurance services, the underwriting method, top rate calculation, claims dealing with, case reviews and a thesaurus of terminology.
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Technical aspects of pre-credit risk cover Each trade credit insurer has specific conditions and systems for the insurance of pre-credit risks. Yet there are some general aspects which deserve attention in case of pre-credit risk cover. Risk Types 29 - Declaration of orders, invoices or outstanding balances The premium charged for the insurance of credit risks is based on two important aspects: - the declaration of invoices (turnover) per month, quarter or year - the declaration of balances outstanding at the end of each month Should pre-credit risk cover be included in the policy, these risks would be insured for no additional premium if no separate provision was made for paying premium on purchase orders even if these orders do not result in deliveries or lead to deliveries after the expiry of the policy.
Product Types 19 Almost all credit insurance policies belong to either of these two types. Whether a particular trade credit insurer offers risk attaching policies or losses occurring policies usually depends on what is customary or typical for their home market. Larger trade credit insurers usually offer both types. For completeness’ sake, it is worth mentioning the so-called claims made policy. This policy type covers applications for indemnifications made during the policy’s lifetime. This type is less common in credit insurance.
In a risk attaching policy, the credit insurer is liable for losses regarding the shipments 1) and 2), which were done during the insurance period, but not for shipment 3), which was not shipped during the policy contract. In a losses occurring policy, the credit insurer is not liable for the loss regarding any of these shipments, because the date of the insolvency (the cause of loss) does not occur during the insurance period. Product Types 19 Almost all credit insurance policies belong to either of these two types.