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This list represents a selection of ATI projects

Country:
Sector:
Telecommunications (ICT)
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Expropriation (including license and frequency cancellation); and transfer restriction
Project:
Construction and operation of a telecommunications network
Maximum Sum Insured:
$12.5 million

An African telecommunications company wanted to protect its $12.5 million investment in Burundi. As a result, the company sought ATI insurance to protect its investment from expropriation by the host government and any arbitrary restriction on profit repatriation.

The company is expected to invest a total of $68 million in Burundi by 2011. With a mobile phone penetration that dwarfs the African average – 5.4% in Burundi compared to 34% across Africa – the company is banking on ATI’s continued support to capitalise on this market potential.

Country:
Sector:
Energy
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Contract Frustration and Unfair Calling of Bonds
Project:
Rehabilitation of Water and Electricity Infrastructure
Maximum Sum Insured:
$17 million

Demand for electricity in Burundi outstrips supply, a situation attributed to frequent power failures and insufficient power generation. The situation is made worse by an inefficient power distribution system and the heavy dependence on electricity to distribute water throughout the country.

ATI supported a European contractor on a project to rehabilitate high voltage posts, and to modernize and extend electrical protection, communications and control systems. This is part of an ongoing infrastructure upgrade project in the peri-urban areas of Bujumbura.

Country:
Sector:
Telecommunications (ICT)
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Expropriation (including license and frequency cancellation); and transfer restriction
Project:
Construction and operation of a telecommunications network
Maximum Sum Insured:
$12.5 million

An African telecommunications company wanted to protect its $12.5 million investment in Burundi. As a result, the company sought ATI insurance to protect its investment from expropriation by the host government and any arbitrary restriction on profit repatriation.

The company is expected to invest a total of $68 million in Burundi by 2011. With a mobile phone penetration that dwarfs the African average – 5.4% in Burundi compared to 34% across Africa – the company is banking on ATI’s continued support to capitalise on this market potential.

Country:
Sector:
Energy
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Contract Frustration and Unfair Calling of Bonds
Project:
Rehabilitation of Water and Electricity Infrastructure
Maximum Sum Insured:
$17 million

Demand for electricity in Burundi outstrips supply, a situation attributed to frequent power failures and insufficient power generation. The situation is made worse by an inefficient power distribution system and the heavy dependence on electricity to distribute water throughout the country.

ATI supported a European contractor on a project to rehabilitate high voltage posts, and to modernize and extend electrical protection, communications and control systems. This is part of an ongoing infrastructure upgrade project in the peri-urban areas of Bujumbura.