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This list represents a selection of ATI projects

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance for Loans
Project:
Housing
Maximum Sum Insured:
$600,000

This project provides much needed housing following the recent armed conflicts. The project sponsor completed construction of 24 apartments, 14 shops and related infrastructure in Gombe. Using ATI insurance cover, the project will support the construction of a second phase of housing. As part of the DRC's reconstruction efforts, this project contributes to the government's short-term priorities under the National Housing Plan of action, which includes reconstructing destroyed infrastructure, resettling displaced people and rehabilitating poor urban settlements.

To meet its housing reconstruction targets, the government appealed to the international community. ATI responded with Political Risk Insurance covering 100% of the project cost, helping to alleviate the housing shortage in the DRC. 

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Transfer restriction; expropriation; war, civil disturbance or civil commotion; and embargo
Project:
Housing
Maximum Sum Insured:
$1.8 million

An African-based housing construction company required insurance to cover an investment from a European financial institution. This project supported by the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, increases the housing capacity in Kinshasa with a three block housing complex that will service dozens of families.

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Embargo; expropriation; damage or business interruption due to war and civil disturbance; arbitral award default and currency transfer restriction
Project:
Residential housing
Maximum Sum Insured:
$6.6 million

In Kenya, there is a housing demand of 150,000 units per year. In an effort to produce more housing, the government agency charged with housing development set a target of 30,000 houses to be constructed by 2013.

As one of the projects in this scheme, 105 residential apartments in a Nairobi suburb, was awarded to a contractor with an international financial backer. The lender purchased ATI’s Political Risk Insurance to alleviate potential risks that may impact on the project, which is targeted for completion in 2010.

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Non-payment due to transfer restriction; expropriation; damage or business interruption caused by war and civil disturbance; and embargo
Project:
Expansion of a cement plant
Maximum Sum Insured:
$26.4 million

Fueled by the demand of a booming construction industry, cement production is big business in East Africa. In Rwanda, a local cement producer supplying to the domestic market and neighbouring Burundi, Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda needed to expand production to meet the growing demand. To support this expansion, a regional bank provided a lending facility for a period of six years. Before the deal could be finalised, the Bank sought ATI insurance to protect its loan against non-payment arising from political risks.

With the loan in place, the cement producer is on the way to boosting production capacity from 100,000 to 600,000 tonnes per year. High tech additions also promise greater efficiencies that will see the plant eventually service expected regional demand of 1.1 million tonnes by 2020.

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Non-payment of invoices and certificates by Government of Kenya
Project:
Construction of Government buildings
Maximum Sum Insured:
$631,500

This project supports the government’s drive to accelerate infrastructure projects and strengthen public services and support local firms in a bid to increase capacity. To complete the works, the government contracted a Kenyan firm with a successful track record in the region on infrastructure and engineering projects within the public and private sectors. To secure payment, the contractor turned to ATI for insurance against non-payment risks by the government. This project reflects ATI’s growing reputation as a trusted partner by firms entering into contracts with governments in the region.

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Single Obligor Trade Credit Insurance
Risks Covered:
Insolvency and Protracted default
Project:
Construction of structural steel, buildings, reinforced concrete, associated earthworks and civil steel
Maximum Sum Insured:
$1.5 million

ATI insured a private civil and building construction company against non-payment by one of the main sugar companies in Tanzania.  The project aims at expanding the sugar cane production in the country, which is expected to grow by 3.39% in 2013 and create new jobs for the locals.

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance for Loans
Project:
Housing
Maximum Sum Insured:
$600,000

This project provides much needed housing following the recent armed conflicts. The project sponsor completed construction of 24 apartments, 14 shops and related infrastructure in Gombe. Using ATI insurance cover, the project will support the construction of a second phase of housing. As part of the DRC's reconstruction efforts, this project contributes to the government's short-term priorities under the National Housing Plan of action, which includes reconstructing destroyed infrastructure, resettling displaced people and rehabilitating poor urban settlements.

To meet its housing reconstruction targets, the government appealed to the international community. ATI responded with Political Risk Insurance covering 100% of the project cost, helping to alleviate the housing shortage in the DRC. 

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Transfer restriction; expropriation; war, civil disturbance or civil commotion; and embargo
Project:
Housing
Maximum Sum Insured:
$1.8 million

An African-based housing construction company required insurance to cover an investment from a European financial institution. This project supported by the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, increases the housing capacity in Kinshasa with a three block housing complex that will service dozens of families.

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Embargo; expropriation; damage or business interruption due to war and civil disturbance; arbitral award default and currency transfer restriction
Project:
Residential housing
Maximum Sum Insured:
$6.6 million

In Kenya, there is a housing demand of 150,000 units per year. In an effort to produce more housing, the government agency charged with housing development set a target of 30,000 houses to be constructed by 2013.

As one of the projects in this scheme, 105 residential apartments in a Nairobi suburb, was awarded to a contractor with an international financial backer. The lender purchased ATI’s Political Risk Insurance to alleviate potential risks that may impact on the project, which is targeted for completion in 2010.

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Non-payment due to transfer restriction; expropriation; damage or business interruption caused by war and civil disturbance; and embargo
Project:
Expansion of a cement plant
Maximum Sum Insured:
$26.4 million

Fueled by the demand of a booming construction industry, cement production is big business in East Africa. In Rwanda, a local cement producer supplying to the domestic market and neighbouring Burundi, Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda needed to expand production to meet the growing demand. To support this expansion, a regional bank provided a lending facility for a period of six years. Before the deal could be finalised, the Bank sought ATI insurance to protect its loan against non-payment arising from political risks.

With the loan in place, the cement producer is on the way to boosting production capacity from 100,000 to 600,000 tonnes per year. High tech additions also promise greater efficiencies that will see the plant eventually service expected regional demand of 1.1 million tonnes by 2020.

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Political Risk Insurance
Risks Covered:
Non-payment of invoices and certificates by Government of Kenya
Project:
Construction of Government buildings
Maximum Sum Insured:
$631,500

This project supports the government’s drive to accelerate infrastructure projects and strengthen public services and support local firms in a bid to increase capacity. To complete the works, the government contracted a Kenyan firm with a successful track record in the region on infrastructure and engineering projects within the public and private sectors. To secure payment, the contractor turned to ATI for insurance against non-payment risks by the government. This project reflects ATI’s growing reputation as a trusted partner by firms entering into contracts with governments in the region.

Sector:
Construction
Insurance Type:
Single Obligor Trade Credit Insurance
Risks Covered:
Insolvency and Protracted default
Project:
Construction of structural steel, buildings, reinforced concrete, associated earthworks and civil steel
Maximum Sum Insured:
$1.5 million

ATI insured a private civil and building construction company against non-payment by one of the main sugar companies in Tanzania.  The project aims at expanding the sugar cane production in the country, which is expected to grow by 3.39% in 2013 and create new jobs for the locals.