'Premiums unlikely to rise after Manchester attack' says music insurer

James Hanley

Amusic insurance specialist has told Music Week he does not expect premiums to rise as a consequence of the Manchester attack, despite enquiries about terrorism insurance multiplying in recent years.

Martin Goebbels, director of Integro Insurance Brokers UK, has worked with a vast array of top line artists throughout his career. He explained that standard policies could be extended to include terrorism at an additional premium.

“Most shows of a particular size will have cancellation insurance in force,” he told ...

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