LatAm Insurance Review speaks to Recaredo Arias, director general at AMIS, the Mexican association for insurance companies about solvency-based regulation, governmental reforms, and where insurers still need to carve … read more »
Latin American insureds are increasingly well-served in the business continuity space, benefiting from abundant capacity as a growing property sector attracts multinational insurers.
XL Group has appointed Rubén Chanona to senior marine underwriter, leading the company’s Mexican marine insurance business.
Brazilian investment bank BTG Pactual is reportedly planning to expand its insurance business to Chile, Colombia, and Mexico.
International specialist insurers will likely follow investor sentiment and line up capacity in the market dubbed the ‘Aztec tiger’.
Projected total insurance premium in Brazil could reach R$250bn ($110bn) in 2014, a 12% year-on-year increase, the country’s minister of finance Paulo Rogério Caffarelli, … read more »
On 11 March 2014, the European Parliament voted to adopt a directive which completes the longawaited Solvency II Directive, thus finalising the new framework … read more »
LatAm Insurance Review’s risk management summit in Mexico City highlighted how the country’s open market environment means the risk management practice is a growing … read more »
Credit insurer Coface has identified 10 emerging economies it predicts the BRICS nations are now giving way to, among them two in Latin America: … read more »
European insurer Generali is actively seeking out a partner in Mexico in a bid to re-enter the market, LatAm Insurance Review understands.