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Europa Re newsletter volume 2

Source(s):  Europa Reinsurance Facility Ltd.

This newsletter contains information about progress on implementation of Europa Re's insurance market infrastructures in its member countries, designed to promote disaster risk financing and risk transfer mechanisms, through provision of catastrophe and weather risk insurance market technology solutions and optional reinsurance capacity. It features news about: key insights of Europa Re’s project advancement, involvement of shareholders, new member countries, Board of Directors, local insurance industry, high resolution catastrophe risk models, web-based production platform, regulatory work, interactive consumer website, claims management system, product development, Europa Re market visits, Europa Re representative offices, reinsurance license, management restructuring, conferences and media and product/service launch.

Europa Re's programme aims to increase access to disaster insurance coverage for homeowners, SMEs, farmers, utilities, and government agencies as well as reduce governments’ contingent liabilities to natural perils such as earthquake and flood, hail, extreme temperature and precipitation. Target audience includes all Europa Re stakeholders, including governments of member countries, insurance regulators, local insurance industries, international and country donor organizations, financial institutions and the disaster risk reduction Community.



 
 
  • Europa Re newsletter volume 2
  • Publication date 2013
  • Number of pages 5 p.

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