TWO EXECUTIVES from global risk-management advisor and broker, Willis Towers Watson (WTW), are in Queensland and New South Wales this month to advance the case for multi-peril crop insurance (MPCI) as a cost-effective measure for governments to support in the face of drought.
London-based Julian Roberts, and from Toronto, Scott Jellous, both said MPCI would enable Australia’s cropping sector to spread its production risk through the global insurance industry.
Publication: Grain Central
Date: 10 August 2018
By Liz Wells