Sunday, September 30, 2012

Quiz of the Day - 30 September 2012

Back with a question for the day.
daily quiz with answer 30 september 2012
The kidnapping of Charles Lindbergh's infant son from his nursery riveted America and the world in 1932. Mr. Lindbergh's celebrity as an aviator prompted police and the FBI to conduct a big investigation and a ransom was ultimately paid. Sadly, the baby was later found dead, buried in the woods of New Jersey. The "Lindbergh kidnapping", as it has been referred to, has had a lasting affect on the global industry.
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What did it lead to?
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Answer: This led to Lloyd's of London starting to offer Kidnap and Ransom Insurance as one of the policies. The global premium collected nowadays amount to approximately US$ 350 million. These days, normally middle and higher management professionals working in high-risk countries like Nigeria, some African countries, specific Latin American countries and some states of the Russian federation, are primarily insured against kidnapping, by their employers.
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