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You can continue to contact us at [email protected] or on +61 2 8223 6777. Our hearts and thoughts go out to the many people impacted by COVID-19 and we wish to thank our healthcare professionals for their work to keep us healthy.

Reinsuring with ARPC

Insurers may reinsure the risk of claims for eligible terrorism losses with ARPC. Premiums that insurance companies pay for reinsurance to the ARPC contribute to the pool of funds available to cover claims from declared terrorist incidents. ARPC has a standard reinsurance agreement which it enters into with issuers of eligible insurance contracts.



20 Dec 2021
ARPC welcomes new Board appointment

ARPC welcomes the Government’s appointment of David Foster as a Member. David Foster is a Brisbane-based Non-Executive Director with a diverse portfolio of Directorships and Advisory roles. “David Foster’s appointment will benefit ARPC as he has extensive financial services experience across banking, insurance, customer strategy, technology strategy, risk management and governance,” said Dr Christopher Wallace,...

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08 Aug 2020
‘Cyber War and Terrorism: Towards a common language to promote insurability’

A new joint report by the International Forum for Terrorism Reinsurance Pools (IFTRIP), the UK’s terrorism pool, Pool Re, and the Geneva Association, proposes a new term, ‘Hostile Cyber Activity’ (HCA), to describe potential malicious behaviour that sits between terrorism and warfare. HCA is intended as an interim solution while the industry works towards a...

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Risk Mitigation

A key ARPC strategic objective is to support and promote terrorism risk mitigation. We aim to do this through: development of thought leadership research and insights; events featuring experts; support for relevant programs run by other organisations as well as the development of our own initiatives. This section of ARPC’s website will act as a portal, which will grow over time.

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Threat Level

The National Terrorism Threat Advisory System is a scale of five levels to provide advice about the likelihood of an act of terrorism occurring in Australia. The National Terrorism Threat Level is regularly reviewed in line with the security environment and intelligence.

For more information on the system, the current threat level and advice for the public visit www.nationalsecurity.gov.au

Current threat level:
Click on a threat level for more information.
Red is the highest level and means that a terrorist action is certain
Orange means a terrorist action is expected.
Credible intelligence, assessed by our security agencies, indicates that individuals or groups continue to possess the intent and capability to conduct a terrorist attack in Australia.
Blue indicates that a terrorist action is possible.
Not expected
Green is the lowest category of threat and means a terrorist action is not expected.
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