Brazilian mining giant Vale S.A. has had its Barbados captive assigned a ‘Baa3’ insurance financial strength (IFS) rating by Moody’s Investors Service.
Steven Koegler, risk manager at Cementos Argos, tells LatAm Insurance Review about risk management strategies being implemented at the leading Colombian cement manufacturer.
The value of insured goods transiting the Panama Canal zone may increase by $1bn per day following the completion of a third transit lane … read more »
Colombia’s high-growth economy, and its construction ‘bid boom’, is seeing a continued search of opportunities by insurers in a progressively consolidating market.
International law firm DAC Beachcroft and its associated firms provide a comprehensive overview of the latest regulatory and legal updates in the Latin American … read more »
Since the Reforma Energetica (Energy Reform Act) was approved back in December 2013, local insurance companies in Mexico have intimated that, as institutional investors, … read more »
With mergers and acquisitions steadily rising in Latin America, and the number of deals in the region expected to increase, representations and warranties cover … read more »
A limited number of insurance carriers in Peru is impacting premium rates to the detriment of insureds
LIR talks to Francisco Rivera, risk and insurance manager at Consorcio CCC Ituango, the main construction consortium on Colombia’s Ituango hydropower mega-project.
Cooper Gay Swett & Crawford (CGSC), the independent global wholesale and reinsurance broker, is to expand its wholesale broking business in Latin America.