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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Clements Worldwide Announces the 10th Anniversary Edition of the Expat Youth Scholarship

Clements Worldwide Announces the 10th Anniversary Edition of the Expat Youth Scholarship
Theme for 2018 Entry: How Local Communities Impact You as an Expat

March 1, 2018 (Washington, DC) - Clements Worldwide, a leading provider of international insurance since 1947, commenced its 10th-anniversary edition of the Expat Youth Scholarship (EYS) today, which awards a combined scholarship prize of USD 10,000 to six expatriate students from ages 13 to 21 years old. This program, which has awarded scholarships to the youth expat community since 2009, will reach USD 100,000 awarded to young scholars to complete their educational goals this year.

Monday, August 28, 2017

Driven® Classic and Future Classic Insurance Have UAE Vehicles Covered

Announcing a new product available in the UAE to protect Classic and Future Classic cars, we're thrilled to introduce Driven®.

The coverage provides a physical damage, fire, theft, and road risks insurance solution with no maximum vehicle value and no annual depreciation. Since there is no depreciation applied to the agreed value of the insured vehicle, Driven® is the perfect solution for protecting vehicles that hold or appreciate in value over time. 

Learn more about the product at

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

70th Anniversary Special CLO Honors

Community Liaison Officers play a critical role in supporting our diplomats and their families as they move from post-to-post creating goodwill and protecting America’s interests. For our 70th anniversary, we decided to honor an additional 6 Community Liaison Officers from each geographic bureau with a special gift.

Our winners include:

Bureau of African AffairsJennifer JafariDar es Salaam, Tanzania
Bureau of East Asian & Pacific Affairs
Meagan Casselberry
Rangoon, Burma
Bureau of European & Eurasian Affairs
Eva Diane Baker
Budapest, Hungary
Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs
Sylvia Shephard
Cairo, Egypt
Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs
Kirk Duryea
Kabul, Afghanistan
Western Hemisphere Affairs
Sharon Smith-Rodriguez
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Announcing the Winners of the Expat Youth Scholarship 2017

The Expat Youth Scholarship (EYS) program is designed exclusively for students aged 13 to 21 experiencing life in foreign countries amidst unfamiliar cultures. The contest is a testament to Clements' ongoing commitment to the international expatriate community.  $10,000.00 (USD) in scholarship funds are awarded to the winners of the program. They are tasked with submitting photos and essay to detail how they plan to change the world through their experiences as expats. Learn more about the history of the Expat Youth Scholarship.

Congratulations to the winners and a huge thank you to everyone who participated.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Winning the ISOA Vanguard Award!

Tarun Chopra, our Senior Vice President and CFO, along side Howie Lind, President of ISOA, General John F. Campbell, and Gerald Goss, Chairman of the ISOA Board of Directors, accepted the International Stability Operations Association Vanguard Award on behalf of Clements Worldwide. We are thrilled to have achieved this recognition.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Clements Worldwide Risk Index Reveals Top Losses for 2017

The Clements Worldwide Risk Index Winter / Spring 2017 edition has launched and reveals that 1 in 4 global organizations are being impacted by political violence.

The survey, compiled twice each year, found the number of organizations suffering the effects of a political violence event nearly doubled from a year ago, up 90 percent over the Clements report issued last spring. 

The leading concern for businesses when it came to political violence was the uncertainty around elections and protests associated with voting. Some 27.2% of respondents said they were worried about the effect of elections in countries where they operate, up from 19.1% the year before.

To learn more about how businesses are being impacted by political violence download a copy of the Clements Worldwide Risk Index Winter / Spring 2017.

Monday, March 6, 2017

Clements Worldwide Risk Index Launch

Join us for the launch of the Clements Worldwide Risk Index in London where we will be sharing data from organisations already operating internationally. We will discuss top losses and concerns that organisations are facing in an increasing complex world. 

The Winter/Spring 2017 Clements Worldwide Risk Index will be exploring key trends related to: 
  • Elections, economic downturns, refugee concerns, strikes, riots, protests; and the financial/security risks these pose. 
  • Emerging risks from new legislation, trade barriers, currency fluctuations and amendments to the law and how organisations can protect themselves from these costly challenges. 
  • Cyber liability and terrorism that continue to shape the global environment.

We will be joined by an esteemed panel of speakers who will provide further insight into the changing landscape of risk in 2017. Panelists include: 

  • William Shawcross, CVO - UK Charity Commission 
  • Graham MacKay - Bond Organisation 
  • Ibrahim Ozkaratan- Clements Worldwide 
  • Sergio Sanchez- Clements Worldwide (Moderator) 

The Launch will be held March 17, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the St. James Court Hotel. To attend the event, please register here.

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