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Lloyd’s remains central to the growth plans of many carriers targeting the Latin American region. Dawn Miller, Commercial Director, and Hank Watkins, Regional director and President, Americas, Lloyd’s, spoke to Intelligent Insurer.
Diverse, unpredictable and growing fast, the Latin American market offers no shortage of challenges for the insurance industry—but also a tremendous opportunity.
The Latin American economic picture may stagnate overall in 2024, leading to a cautious outlook for insurers seeking growth. But there are also some good reasons for optimism, S&P Global Ratings reveals in a new report.
The new regime in Argentina is likely to lead to a major turnaround for the reinsurance sector, but the road ahead is not without obstacles, says Pedro M. Lorenti, a partner at Aurigon Advisors.
Latin America offers opportunities for re/insurers willing to understand and accept the important subtleties of operating in the region, Marcelo De Gruttola, vice president–senior analyst at Moody’s Investors Service, tells Intelligent Insurer.
It may be politics as much as premiums that is the deciding factor when it comes to Latin America’s re/insurance prospects. There’s massive scope for growth, but players cannot ignore a history of political instability, says II panel.
LatAm re/insurance executives are seeing more interest from global market players as the region presents opportunities for growth and to improve results for businesses already established in the mature markets.
The survey reveals acknowledgement of pioneering work by regional companies in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.
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