This is the first of two unparalleled webinars offering a regional overview about the impact of the Covid-19 on the Latin American (Re) Insurance Industry. This webinar is aimed at and designed exclusively for insurance and reinsurance professionals as well as (Re) insurance intermediaries.
Countries covered: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay.
- Covid-19 and impact on the insurance & reinsurance industry in LatAm.
- Legal aspects and measures taken by insurance regulators across LatAm.
- Insurance coverages and exclusions: CAR/EAR (business interruption), Casualty, Contingency (event cancelations), D&O, Life, Surety, Workers’ compensation.Reinsurance.
Martín Argañaraz Luque. Insuralex´s Exclusive Member in Argentina. Allende & Brea.
Andrés Moreno. Insuralex´s Exclusive Member in Bolivia. Moreno Baldivieso.
Diógenes Gonçalves. Insuralex´s Exclusive Member in Brazil. Pinheiro Neto Advogados.
Manuel Carvallo. Insuralex´s Exclusive Member in Chile. Estudio Carvallo Abogados.
José Luis Vega Meza. Insuralex´s Exclusive Member in Paraguay. Peroni Sosa Tellechea Burt & Narvaja.
Geraldine Ifrán. Insuralex´s Exclusive Member in Uruguay. Ferrere Abogados.
Date: 21st April 2020
Time: 10 am to 11 am Miami (UTC/GMT-4)
To allow for attendee participation, registrations are limited
Coming soon: FREE INSURALEX WEBMINAR: Impact of Covid-19 on the Latin American (Re) Insurance Industry (II)
Countries covered: Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Venezuela
About Insuralex in Latin America
Insuralex is a group created by independent law firms that specialise in Insurance and Reinsurance coverage, defence, litigation and all other related legal services.
Insuralex works for a wide range of clients including insurance and reinsurance companies, Lloyd’s syndicates, insurance and reinsurance brokers as well as captives and self insured companies.
Each member of Insuralex is considered to be a leading practice in this specialist field within its national jurisdiction.
Insuralex Latin American insurance law practice covers countries such as: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.