Canal Expansion: $100 Million in Insurance

The company Willis Limited has been hired as broker to place this insurance in the international market.

Thursday, August 27, 2009


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The Panama Canal Authority informed that "Civil liability for the Canal expansion project will be covered with a maximum $100 million insurance".

Insurance for civil liability and construction risks for the third set of locks will be hired directly by the Panama Canal Authority. The institution could hire temporary insurance to begin construction, while the permanent policies are formalized.

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