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List / Directory of Insurance and Financial Services Companies offering products aimed at private military and private security personnel, thus specifically tailored for personnel working in high-risk environments. This is a developing directory in need of your feedback, so please contact us:

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Abbey Expatriate Services. AES are the premier supplier of financial services to organisations and personnel operating in remote or hostile areas and hazardous professions worldwide. AES is a network of private bankers and financial advisers that work across the world and specialise in cross border financial arrangements for international clients. [Information retrieved from About AES on 1 May 2006]:

AKE Special Risks. We provide preferential war and terrorism insurance rates for those working in hostile environments and for risks that others will not insure. AKE is the only risk mitigation company to have its own in-house insurance brokerage - which is an important component of AKE's integrated approach to risk reduction:

AlMulla Insurance and Re-Insurance Broking Co. W.L.L.:

AAIB Insurance Brokers. We provide insurance cover for emerging markets , including the Middle East and Africa. We specialise in high risk and non-standard insurance in locations such as Iraq (including Iraqi Kurdistan), Afghanistan, Syria, Sudan and Nigeria , and we are at the cutting edge in product design and cost reduction for companies working in such areas:

Crowell & Moring. Our attorneys provide advice to insurance and reinsurance companies on issues as diverse as compliance with U.S. economic sanctions and embargo laws, reinsurance claims, notice issues, commutations and government investigations of finite risk products:

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Guardian Financial Services. With the ever increasing risk of war and conflicts through out the world, members of the armed forces need life insurance and critical illness insurance more than ever.we can provide this type of cover and don’t worry this covers war, weapons of mass destruction and chemical warfare:

Humphreys Haggas Sutton & Co. HHS provides a comprehensive range of marketing and placement services for retail brokers and insurers. Our aim is to provide the right insurance for each risk with an emphasis on correct price along with breadth and sustainability of cover. [Information retrieved from Products on 10 August 2006]:

PAX Insurance. Pax Insurance has been providing military insurance to HM Armed Forces and their families for over 100 years. Insurance is also available for British civilians employed by the Armed Forces, consultants and persons employed under contract with the Armed Forces. [information retrieved from Home on 1 June 2007]:

TFG Global Insurance Solutions. We have access to underwriters who may be able to offer special risk insurance to individuals or groups operating in very risky regions, for example in Africa, and countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan. We can offer health, evacuation and accidental life and dismemberment coverage. Iraq insurance, while difficult and expensive, is often possible to obtain. [Information last updated 18 January 2008]:

Washington Advisory Services. WASI is a Washington based international consulting company specializing in advisory services in emerging markets for clients in both public and private sectors. We specialize in project and policy work in financial sector, privatization and private sector development, and infrastructure. [Information retrieved from About WASI on 10 August 2006]:

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This is a sample list. While some of the entities listed above are key players and/or have been discussed in the debate on the topic, some other are emerging entities or have been incorporated into the list by request. For further information on a particular company, service, or unit, please contact the respective source.

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